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Application of Probiotics for the Production of Safe and High-quality Poultry Meat

  • Park, Yong Ha ;
  • Hamidon, Farizal ;
  • Rajangan, Chandraprasad ;
  • Soh, Kim Pong ;
  • Gan, Chee Yuen ;
  • Lim, Theam Soon ;
  • Abdullah, Wan Nadiah Wan ;
  • Liong, Min Tze
  • Received : 2016.08.08
  • Accepted : 2016.09.27
  • Published : 2016.10.31

Abstract

Poultry industry has always been a dynamic and integral part of national economies in many countries. Economic losses incur especially in large-scale rearing facilities, often attributed to the deterioration of environmental conditions, poultry exposure to stressors and development of diseases. While antibiotics have been commonly used for prophylactic purposes and as growth stimulants, extensive documentation of antimicrobial resistance among pathogenic bacteria due to indiscriminate utilization of antibiotic in the industry has led to public and governmental outcries. Elimination of antibiotics from poultry production has thus encouraged intensive search for alternatives. In this review, we discuss the immense potential of probiotics to fill the gap as alternative growth promoters and evidences of beneficial effects of probiotic application in poultry production.

Keywords

Probiotic;Antibiotic;Broiler;Growth promoter;Gut health

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