Our solutions for poultry

Poultry

Poultry are particularly sensitive to heat stress. Their thermoregulation mechanisms are limited and even brief heat strokes can have a strong impact on farm productivity. In this context, CCPA Group proposes dedicated solutions acting not only on zootechnical performances, but also on the comfort and well-being of poultry in the face of hot weather conditions.

Our products

Designed for complementary use, FeedStim® Poultry and Thermo®Poultry solutions can be used to respond to different forms of heat stress: continuous or acute.

Their specific composition and distribution mode can be adapted to climatic conditions and to management strategies such as fasting.

FeedStim® Poultry

Product to be incorporated in the feed

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Thermo®Poultry

Product to be diluted with water

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Our advice

Find out here what the impacts of heat stress are on poultry and what practical preventive measures you can put in place on your farm to reduce its consequences for poultry.

Preparing poultry for hot weather

Preparing your poultry for hot weather is essential. Discover all our advice to prepare for the summer season and ensure the thermal comfort of your poultry.

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Poultry feeding and hot weather

Adapting the feed of your poultry during hot periods is essential. Discover all our advice to prepare for the summer season and ensure the thermal comfort of your poultry.

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Impact of high heat on poultry

High temperatures have a considerable impact on your poultry. Keep either heat stress or high temperatures. In general since you sell the concept of THI avoid the word high temperatures.

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Vignette volaille produits Thermo FeedStim et ThermoPoultry

Thermo® solutions for poultry

A combination of electrolytes and selected plant extracts rich in antioxidants and flavonoids, ThermoPoultry acts naturally on several levels for animal welfare and production performance support:

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News

May 29, 2024
Sunshine with cows under a tree

Understanding and managing heat stress during hot weather

Not only summers are warmer, but their shape has evolved, with alternating phases of variable temperature and periods of high humidity.

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April 23, 2024
Heat stress consequences on ruminants

Heat stress in farm animals: nutritional issues and solutions

Heat stress represents a major challenge for livestock, affecting their wellbeing and productivity significantly. When temperatures rise, animals seek to regulate their body temperature by reducing their food intake, resulting in a series of complex physiological responses. These responses include alterations in breathing patterns, blood gas imbalances and reduced blood flow to essential organs, thereby contributing to heat removal.

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January 22, 2024
Ola de calor en el verano de 2023 en París, Francia

Summer 2023 Review: Increasingly Polymorphous Summers

The year 2023 was marked by one of the hottest summers in recent years. Unprecedented record temperatures all over the world. Despite an impression of gloomy weather in some countries such as France, the trend of increasingly hot summer is confirmed. The risk period has increased to 4 to 5 months in temperate climates and 7 to 8 months in subtropical climates. Let’s review in more details.

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November 24, 2023
Sol América Latina Estrés térmico

CCPA Group supports the livestock sector in South America around heat stress management

Heat stress is present in most Latin American countries, however this year it has become a priority problem for farmers, due to how hard it has affected the productivity of animals recently.

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Your testimonies

  • Olivier Traineau

    Olivier Traineau

    Breeder of laying hens in Maine-et-Loire

    “I wanted to test the new Thermo®Poultry nutritional solution. I observed better behaviour of my hens in the open air. Mortality was reduced by 1.38 points over the observation period. Thermo®Poultry can be used in drinking water, which makes it easy to use in case of heat stroke.”

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