The U.S. poultry industry is the world's largest producer and second
largest exporter of poultry meat and a major egg producer. U.S.
consumption of poultry meat (broilers, other chicken, and turkey) is
considerably higher than beef or pork, but less than total red meat
consumption. With almost 18 percent of total poultry production exported,
the U.S. poultry industry is heavily influenced by currency fluctuations,
trade negotiations, and economic growth in importing markets. The
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Hyperimmune egg yolk antibodies can be used to help control intestinal
diseases in poultry, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
scientists.The antibiotic-free technology involves extracting antibodies
from egg yolks from pathogen-free hens or female chickens that have
been hyperimmunized—injected with a vaccine that contains inactivated
pathogenic organisms. Hyperimmunized birds have a greater-than-normal
immunity and produce a large amount of antibodies.Avian immunologist
Hyun Lillehoj at the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Animal Parasitic
Diseases Laboratory in Beltsville, Md., partnered with ARS colleagues,
university scientists and collaborators from the Mexican company IASA
(Investigacíon Aplicada, S.A.) on the studies. ARS is USDA's chief
intramural scientific research agency, and this research supports the
USDA priority of promoting international food security.

The group demonstrated the effectiveness of inducing passive immunity
in young birds, which have no immune protection right after hatching,
against coccidiosis, a devastating poultry disease.Birds affected by
coccidiosis are unable to absorb feed or gain weight. The disease costs
the poultry industry more than $600 million in the United States and

Treatments used to reduce the spread of disease include good management practices and live vaccinations.about $3 billion worldwide each year. antibiotic-free alternatives are important to help fight drug-resistant strains and for organic poultry farmers. . according to Lillehoj. However.

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the highest acidity of sample is mango marigold peel fresh with the percent of mean is 0.STUDY QUESTION 1)from the experiment.45 pH 2)from the experiment.which sample has the highest amount of acidity? For the fruit juice drink.3783 % acidity 3)do you think tap water from different sources has the same pH?why? No.the lowest pH of the sample is marigold peel fresh with the average of 3.3152% and for the isotonic drink the highest acidity of product is power root with 0.43 and for the isotonic drink the lowest pH of the product is revive with 3.they have different pH because of the treatment applied at the sources was different 4)name one product that is neutral(pH7) Distilled water. .which sample has the lowest pH? For the fruit juice drink.