Animal Review

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Probiotic Supplementation in Poultry Production as an Alternative to Antibiotic Feed Additive

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DOI: 10.18488/journal.ar.2019.61.5.16

Muhammad Waseem Birmani , Aamir Nawab , Muhammad Waseem Ghani , Guanghui Li , Jiang Wu , Wenchao Liu , Lilong An

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Muhammad Waseem Birmani , Aamir Nawab , Muhammad Waseem Ghani , Guanghui Li , Jiang Wu , Wenchao Liu , Lilong An (2019). Probiotic Supplementation in Poultry Production as an Alternative to Antibiotic Feed Additive. Animal Review, 6(1): 5-16. DOI: 10.18488/journal.ar.2019.61.5.16
Provision of safe and healthy poultry products to the human being is the prime objective of the poultry industry, but one should keep in mind the welfare of animals and reverence for the environment. Meat and eggs demand also increasing with the increase in world human population. To meet this increasing demand for meat and eggs, antibiotics growth promoters were used world widely. After the ban on antibiotics growth promoters due to its residual effects on human health, nutritionists are focusing on novel growth promoters those without causing productivity loss, or product quality has augmented. Therefore, probiotics are a safe alternative to antibiotics and its beneficial effects proven from many decades. Live microorganisms are used to deliver health benefits to chicken, usually by reestablishing or improving the intestinal microbiota. Probiotics have a beneficial effect on weight gain, immunity, meat traits and somewhat impact on gut health of poultry. The subject of review paper will be worthwhile meant for researchers and poultry nutritionists to advance their understanding of alternatives to antibiotics in poultry production without affecting performance and the welfare of chicken.
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This study is important in regards to antibiotic resistance in human being coming from animal products. Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest public health challenges of our time. Each year so many people get an antibiotic-resistant infection, and many people die. Fighting this threat is a public health priority that requires a collaborative global approach across sectors. So, this study will give direction to researchers and food producers to avoid from antibiotics harmful effects to animals and as well as human being.

Gross Morphology and Morphometric Studies of Digestive Tract of Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

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DOI: 10.18488/journal.ar.2019.61.1.4

Umar, A.A , Atabo, S.M

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Umar, A.A , Atabo, S.M (2019). Gross Morphology and Morphometric Studies of Digestive Tract of Barn Owl (Tyto alba). Animal Review, 6(1): 1-4. DOI: 10.18488/journal.ar.2019.61.1.4
Four (4) adult barn owls were captured from Gamji Village of Bakura local government and transported in a cage to the College of Agriculture and Animal Science Bakura, Zamfara State, Nigeria, for morphology and morphometry of the digestive tracts. All the segments of the digestive tract (Esophagus, Liver, Crop, Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum, Colon, Caecum, Colorectum, and Cloaca) were present, however the crop was found to be absent. This studies will provide valuable information for anatomist and other scientist working in the management and nutrition of this species, which will further help in the maintenance of this important bird in captivity or free life. Further investigation in the histology of these segments is recommended.
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This study contributes in the existing literature, the gross features of the gastrointestinal tract of the barn owl, which will further assist in the feeding and management of this bird in captivity or free life.