Mike Bedford
Mike Bedford
Research Director, AB Vista Feed Ingredients Ltd
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Exogenous enzymes in monogastric nutrition—their current value and future benefits
MR Bedford
Animal Feed Science and Technology 86 (1-2), 1-13, 2000
7082000
Increased small intestinal fermentation is partly responsible for the anti‐nutritive activity of non‐starch polysaccharides in chickens
M Choct, RJ Hughes, J Wang, MR Bedford, AJ Morgan, G Annison
British poultry science 37 (3), 609-621, 1996
6771996
Exogenous enzymes for pigs and poultry
MR Bedford, H Schulze
Nutrition research reviews 11 (1), 91-114, 1998
6131998
Reduction of intestinal viscosity through manipulation of dietary rye and pentosanase concentration is effected through changes in the carbohydrate composition of the …
MR Bedford, HL Classen
The Journal of nutrition 122 (3), 560-569, 1992
5901992
Mechanism of action and potential environmental benefits from the use of feed enzymes
MR Bedford
Animal feed science and technology 53 (2), 145-155, 1995
4651995
Enzyme applications for monogastric feeds: A review
GL Campbell, MR Bedford
Canadian journal of animal science 72 (3), 449-466, 1992
4571992
Removal of antibiotic growth promoters from poultry diets: implications and strategies to minimise subsequent problems
M Bedford
World's Poultry Science Journal 56 (4), 347-365, 2000
4472000
The effects of phytase and phytic acid on the loss of endogenous amino acids and minerals from broiler chickens
AJ Cowieson, T Acamovic, MR Bedford
British poultry science 45 (1), 101-108, 2004
3672004
Heavy metals pollution in poultry and livestock feeds and manures under intensive farming in Jiangsu Province, China
L Cang, Y Wang, D Zhou, Y Dong
Journal of Environmental Sciences 16 (3), 371-374, 2004
3582004
The use of enzymes in poultry diets
MR Bedford, AJ Morgan
World's Poultry Science Journal 52 (1), 61-68, 1996
3481996
Effects of a xylanase on individual bird variation, starch digestion throughout the intestine, and ileal and caecal volatile fatty acid production in chickens fed wheat
M Choct, RJ Hughes, MR Bedford
British Poultry Science 40 (3), 419-422, 1999
3251999
The effect of pelleting, salt, and pentosanase on the viscosity of intestinal contents and the performance of broilers fed rye
MR Bedford, HL Classen, GL Campbell
Poultry Science 70 (7), 1571-1577, 1991
3201991
An in vitro assay for prediction of broiler intestinal viscosity and growth when fed rye-based diets in the presence of exogenous enzymes
MR Bedford, HL Classen
Poultry Science 72 (1), 137-143, 1993
2691993
Ascorbic acid, alpha-tocopherol, and oregano supplements reduce stress-induced deterioration of chicken meat quality
JF Young, J Stagsted, SK Jensen, AH Karlsson, P Henckel
Poultry science 82 (8), 1343-1351, 2003
2622003
Digestion of phosphorus and other nutrients: the role of phytases and factors influencing their activity
ET Kornegay
Enzymes in farm animal nutrition 237, 272, 2001
2522001
Pathogenesis of rotavirus infection in various age groups of chickens and turkeys: Pathology.
CV Yason, BA Summers, KA Schat
American journal of veterinary research 48 (6), 927, 1987
2481987
Extensive microbial and functional diversity within the chicken cecal microbiome
MJ Sergeant, C Constantinidou, TA Cogan, MR Bedford, CW Penn, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e91941, 2014
2262014
Exogenous enzymes and their effects on intestinal microbiology
MR Bedford, AJ Cowieson
Animal Feed Science and Technology 173 (1-2), 76-85, 2012
2092012
Percent G+ C profiling accurately reveals diet-related differences in the gastrointestinal microbial community of broiler chickens
JHA Apajalahti, A Kettunen, MR Bedford, WE Holben
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (12), 5656-5667, 2001
2072001
Enzymes in farm animal nutrition
MR Bedford, GG Partridge
Cabi, 2001
205*2001
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