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Increase footpad integrity and boosts profits

The efforts in animal health research worldwide are driven by industry needs but also by welfare concerns. With the aim to optimise productivity, new ways of solving ongoing animal production challenges are constantly introduced. A solution to improve litter quality and reduce footpad lesions in broilers is a good example of these efforts.
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