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 and ThermoPoultry 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®

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.

Feeding and watering of pigs during hot weather

Feeding pigs during the summer period is a crucial issue for the health of your animals. Discover all our advice to fight against heat stress in pigs.

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Consequences of heat stress on pigs

Heat peaks can have a big impact on your pigs on the farm. Discover all our advice to fight against heat stress in pigs.

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Preparing pigs for hot weather

It is essential to be prepared for heat stress in pig farming. Discover all our advice to fight against heat stress in pigs.

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Solutions produits Thermo porc

Thermo® solutions for pigs

To counteract the adverse effects of heat and humidity on pigs, the CCPA Group has developed ThermoControl. This specific solution is based on a complex of carefully selected natural active ingredients with a synergistic effect.

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News

July 29, 2022

Leaky gut: a consequence of heat stress to be taken into account

During heat episodes, blood is diverted to the skin to eliminate internal heat. As a result, the intestines are less irrigated and the cells less oxygenated. The junctions between the cells loosen, which can allow certain germs and toxins to enter the bloodstream. The absorption of nutrients is reduced. All this greatly deteriorates the comfort of the animals by causing oxidative stress and inflammation. This syndrome is known as “leaky gut”.

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June 22, 2022
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InnoFeed podcast: our experts speak out on heat stress

At the end of 2021, two CCPA Group employees were invited to take part in the InnoFeed podcast, the podcast that interviews the players in the animal feed industry in a 20 to 40 minute format. Bernard Gozlan, expert in feed ingredient specialities and host of the podcast, welcomed two of our CCPA Product Managers, Anne-Sophie Valable (Monogastric Product Manager) and Jean Pascard (Ruminants Product Manager), to discuss one of the key topics of the moment: the impact of heat stress in animal production.

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May 31, 2022
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Thermo® News #1: Raw Materials on the rise?

In a context of rising feed raw materials prices, investing in nutrition during hot weather is profitable strategy.

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April 29, 2022

CCPA held its first scientific forum on Scutellaria baïcalensis and Curcuma in poultry

In February, CCPA scientific forum gathered scientists from its Research and Innovation department along with academic researchers from all around the world. More than 120 poultry industry specialists attended. The event addressed the effect of the association between Scutellaria baïcalensis and Curcuma in broilers and laying hens.

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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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