Advanced search
1 file | 57.70 KB Add to list

Beneficial microbial signals from alternative feed ingredients : a way to improve sustainability of broiler production?

(2017) MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY. 10(5). p.1008-1011
Author
Organization
Abstract
More sustainable broiler meat production can be facilitated by the increased use of cheap by-products and local crops as feed ingredients, while not affecting animal performance and intestinal health, or even improving intestinal health, so that antibiotic usage is further reduced. To achieve this, knowledge of the relationship between the taxonomic and functional microbiota composition and intestinal health is required. In addition, the relationship between the novel feed sources, the substrates present in these feed sources, and the breakdown by enzymes and microbial networks can be crucial, because this can form the basis for development of tailored feed-type specific solutions for optimal digestion and animal performance.
Keywords
GROWTH-PERFORMANCE, NECROTIC ENTERITIS, GUT MICROBIOTA, HEALTH, DIETS, METABOLITES, EFFICIENCY, CHICKENS, XYLANASE, POULTRY

Downloads

  • fvi2.pdf
    • full text
    • |
    • open access
    • |
    • PDF
    • |
    • 57.70 KB

Citation

Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:

MLA
Van Immerseel, Filip et al. “Beneficial Microbial Signals from Alternative Feed Ingredients : a Way to Improve Sustainability of Broiler Production?” MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 10.5 (2017): 1008–1011. Print.
APA
Van Immerseel, F., Eeckhaut, V., Moore, R. J., Choct, M., & Ducatelle, R. (2017). Beneficial microbial signals from alternative feed ingredients : a way to improve sustainability of broiler production? MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, 10(5), 1008–1011.
Chicago author-date
Van Immerseel, Filip, Venessa Eeckhaut, Robert J Moore, Mingan Choct, and Richard Ducatelle. 2017. “Beneficial Microbial Signals from Alternative Feed Ingredients : a Way to Improve Sustainability of Broiler Production?” Microbial Biotechnology 10 (5): 1008–1011.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Van Immerseel, Filip, Venessa Eeckhaut, Robert J Moore, Mingan Choct, and Richard Ducatelle. 2017. “Beneficial Microbial Signals from Alternative Feed Ingredients : a Way to Improve Sustainability of Broiler Production?” Microbial Biotechnology 10 (5): 1008–1011.
Vancouver
1.
Van Immerseel F, Eeckhaut V, Moore RJ, Choct M, Ducatelle R. Beneficial microbial signals from alternative feed ingredients : a way to improve sustainability of broiler production? MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY. 2017;10(5):1008–11.
IEEE
[1]
F. Van Immerseel, V. Eeckhaut, R. J. Moore, M. Choct, and R. Ducatelle, “Beneficial microbial signals from alternative feed ingredients : a way to improve sustainability of broiler production?,” MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 1008–1011, 2017.
@article{8539203,
  abstract     = {More sustainable broiler meat production can be facilitated by the increased use of cheap by-products and local crops as feed ingredients, while not affecting animal performance and intestinal health, or even improving intestinal health, so that antibiotic usage is further reduced. To achieve this, knowledge of the relationship between the taxonomic and functional microbiota composition and intestinal health is required. In addition, the relationship between the novel feed sources, the substrates present in these feed sources, and the breakdown by enzymes and microbial networks can be crucial, because this can form the basis for development of tailored feed-type specific solutions for optimal digestion and animal performance.},
  author       = {Van Immerseel, Filip and Eeckhaut, Venessa and Moore, Robert J and Choct, Mingan and Ducatelle, Richard},
  issn         = {1751-7915},
  journal      = {MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY},
  keywords     = {GROWTH-PERFORMANCE,NECROTIC ENTERITIS,GUT MICROBIOTA,HEALTH,DIETS,METABOLITES,EFFICIENCY,CHICKENS,XYLANASE,POULTRY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1008--1011},
  title        = {Beneficial microbial signals from alternative feed ingredients : a way to improve sustainability of broiler production?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1751-7915.12794},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2017},
}

Altmetric
View in Altmetric
Web of Science
Times cited: