Feed, environment, water linked to enteritis

Poor husbandry and management of the layers’ environment can lead to enteritis.

Feed is commonly linked to enteritis in poultry, according to the Layer Enteritis Book recently released by Anitox.

High and varying levels of pathogen load in feed is a major challenge, with raw materials being contaminated even before manufacture. Wet harvests, for example, are associated with...

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Managing Editor and Editor of Asian Poultry Magazine, Jakarta, Indonesia. Arief juggles team directorial management regionally while monitoring avian disease with articles such as, ‘Bacterial enteritis could become a bigger problem by 2025’.