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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: INTERVENTIONS TO REDUCE EPIZOOTIC PATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN SWINE AND CATTLE Title: Use of Competitive Exclusion Cultures and Prebiotics

Authors
item Callaway, Todd
item Martin, Scott - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

Submitted to: Direct-fed Microbial, Enzyme & Forage Additive Compendium
Publication Type: Trade Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: January 26, 2006
Publication Date: April 20, 2006
Citation: Callaway, T.R., Martin, S.A. 2006. Use of competitive exclusion cultures and oligosaccharides. Direct-Fed Microbial, Enzyme & Forage Additive Compendium. 8:34-39.

Technical Abstract: Great potential exists for manipulating the gastrointestinal microflora in production livestock and poultry to improve feedstuff utilization, production efficiency and reduce intestinal colonization by pathogenic microorganisms. To unlock this potential a complete understanding of the fundamental aspects associated with these microbes is needed if progress is to be made in the future. This overview will focus on the use of competitive exclusion cultures, soluble sugars and oligosaccharides.

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