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Brazilian poultry: what can we expect for 2023?18/01/2023
In 2022, we produced more than 20 pieces of content for the Biocamp blog, in addition to other materials that were sent exclusively to customers. We talk about current problems in Brazilian poultry industry, such as colibacillosis, and about the three distinct conditions of avian salmonellosis.
We brought articles on other critical illnesses, such as avian influenza, infectious coryza and mycoplasmosis. We address questions about traceability, rational use of antimicrobials, explain the difference between pioneer microbiota and resident microbiota — and much more.
This year, we also spoke with experts like Dr. Terezinha Knöbl, from the University of São Paulo (USP), and Dr. Angelo Berchieri Junior, from the São Paulo State University (Unesp), to solve the main doubts about colibacillosis and fowl typhoid, respectively.
Choosing the unmissable content, the one that is worth reading again thinking about the scenario that is projected for 2023, was not an easy task. That’s why we invited four technicians from Biocamp to participate in this mission. Bauer Alvarenga, Gilmei Antonio Balestrin, Nelson Haga and Teresa Ruocco Dari recommend contents to inform yourself and, obviously, to put into practice. Check them out!
And you, which Biocamp content do you recommend reading? If you have a topic suggestion for the blog that could contribute to your challenges in the field, let us know!