For broiler chickens, parent, and grandparent stock broiler breeders directly or indirectly related to nutrition.
For either field or research studies for broilers, breeders, layer, ducks, turkeys, animals, and other species by using JMP software.
Data are integrated and analyzed in JMP software and excel for further yield a meta-analysis, delivering the best solution.
For Conferences and Seminars in Institutions, Companies, and Universities related to Poultry Nutrition.
For Grandparent and Parent stock breeders
- When your flocks have disruptive feathers in rearing or laying period, analyze the amino acid profile, feeder space, mating ratio and diseases.
- When your flocks have egg overweight, check the level of digestible lysine without reducing arginine, valine and sulfur amino acids.
- When fertility is affected, analyze the back feather cover and male body weight.
- When your flocks have poor egg persistence, evaluate the relationship between energy and protein/lysine.
- When your hens have hardnes breast meat and produce egg overweight, those hens will reduce the hatchability genetic potential.
For broiler chickens
- When chicks did not reach 185 grams at seven days, evaluate the amino acid profile, feed texture, chicks per flat feeder, environmental temperature and humidity .
- When chicks have pasty vents the first days of age, avoid overheating the chicks either in the hatchery or brooding period, and add a dietary fat emulsifier.
- When broiler chickens are overheating, evaluate the addition of sodium bicarbonate, vitamin C and E
- When chickens present breast muscle myopathies, modify only digestible lysine in certain periods, add antioxidants especially if dietary fats might indicate oxidation.
- When chickens present skin scratches, evaluate the feather cover, and amino acid profile.