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11-Mar-2019Net energy prediction and energy efficiency of feed for broiler chickensWu, Shu-Biao ; Swick, Robert A ; Noblet, Jean; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Cadogan, David; Choct, Mingan 31-Aug-2020
22016Dynamics of intestinal metabolites and morphology in response to necrotic enteritis challenge in broiler chickensWu, Shubiao ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Cui, Guimei; Sun, Yi; Choct, Mingan 7-Jun-2016
32015Impact of processing conditions on amino acid digestibility of expeller-extracted canola meal for broiler chickensToghyani, Majid; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Iji, Paul ; Swick, Robert A 18-Jun-2015
42015Effect of canola meal source on broiler performanceMohammed, Ahmed Kadhim Mohammed; Toghyani, Majid; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Swick, Robert A 18-Jun-2015
52015A Multifactorial Analysis of the Extent to Which 'Eimeria' and Fishmeal Predispose Broiler Chickens to Necrotic EnteritisRodgers, Nicholas ; Swick, Robert A ; Geier, Mark; Moore, Robert; Choct, Mingan ; Wu, Shubiao 30-Apr-2015
62015Standardized ileal amino acid digestibility of expeller-extracted canola meal subjected to different processing conditions for starter and grower broiler chickensToghyani, Majid; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Iji, Paul ; Swick, Robert A 14-May-2015
72014Differential Responses of Cecal Microbiota to Fishmeal, 'Eimeria' and 'Clostridium perfringens' in a Necrotic Enteritis Challenge Model in ChickensStanley, Dragana; Wu, Shubiao ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Swick, Robert A ; Moore, Robert9-Jan-2015
82014Energy Systems for Broilers - Recent Developments and Relevance for Feed FormulationSwick, Robert A ; Wu, Shubiao ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Choct, Mingan 11-Feb-2015
92014Apparent metabolizable energy value of expeller-extracted canola meal subjected to different processing conditions for growing broiler chickensToghyani, Mehdi; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Barekatain, Mohammad Reza ; Iji, Paul ; Swick, Robert A 6-May-2015
102014Two necrotic enteritis predisposing factors, dietary fishmeal and 'Eimeria' infection, induce large changes in the caecal microbiota of broiler chickensWu, Shubiao ; Stanley, Dragana; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Swick, Robert A ; Moore, Robert2-May-2014
112014Impact of processing conditions and chemical composition on energy utilisation of expeller-extracted canola meal for broiler chickensToghyani Khorasgani, Mehdi ; Barekatain, Mohammad Reza; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Iji, Paul ; Swick, Robert A 27-May-2014
122014The histomorphometric changes produced by 'Eimeria' and fishmeal in a broiler necrotic enteritis challenge modelWu, Shubiao ; Cui, GM; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Sun, Y; Swick, Robert A 27-May-2014
132014High lipid, low protein diet increases net energy in broilersRodgers, Nicholas ; Wu, Shubiao ; Choct, Mingan ; Swick, Robert A 27-May-2014
142013A new low mortality necrotic enteritis challenge modelRodgers, Nicholas ; Swick, Robert A ; Porter, Mark ; Song, Shuyu ; Wu, Shubiao 28-Jun-2013
152013Methodology to determine net energy in broilersSwick, Robert A ; Wu, Shubiao ; Barekatain, Mohammad Reza ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Choct, Mingan 28-Jun-2013
162013Evaluation of high dietary inclusion of distillers dried grains with solubles and supplementation of protease and xylanase in the diets of broiler chickens under necrotic enteritis challengeBarekatain, Mohammad Reza ; Antipatis, C; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Iji, Paul ; Choct, Mingan 3-Jul-2013
172013Implications and development of a net energy system for broilersSwick, Robert A ; Wu, Shubiao ; Zuo, Jianjun; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Barekatain, Mohammad Reza ; Choct, Mingan 13-Feb-2014
182013Anionic salts and dietary 25-hydroxy vitamin D stimulate calcium availability in steersMcGrath, Joseph ; Savage, Darryl ; Nolan, John V ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Elliot, R17-Apr-2014
192012Extent and method of grinding of sorghum prior to inclusion in complete pelleted broiler chicken diets affects broiler gut development and performanceRodgers, Nicholas ; Choct, Mingan ; Hetland, Harald; Sundby, Frank; Svihus, Birger16-May-2012
202012Further improvement of the UNE necrotic enteritis challenge model in broiler chickensWu, Shubiao ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Moore, Robert; Geier, Mark17-May-2012
212011A urine creatinine excretion model for beef steersMcGrath, Joseph ; Savage, Darryl ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Nolan, John V 9-Jul-2012
222011Real-Time PCR Assay for 'Clostridium perfringens' in Broiler Chickens in a Challenge Model of Necrotic EnteritisWu, Shubiao ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Choct, Mingan 20-Apr-2011
232010Suspect Biogenic Amine Toxicity in an Experimental Broiler FlockRodgers, Nicholas ; Iji, Paul ; Vanselow, Barbara 30-Jul-2010
242010Optimized Necrotic Enteritis Model Producing Clinical and Subclinical Infection of 'Clostridium perfringens' in Broiler ChickensWu, Shubiao ; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Choct, Mingan 7-Oct-2010
252009Altering broiler gut development, morphology, microbiology and function by manipulating feed grain type, particle size and milling method affects life-long performanceRodgers, Nicholas ; Iji, Paul ; Choct, Mingan ; Mikkelsen, Lene Lind; Kocher, Andreas17-Sep-2009
262009Effect of grain particle size and milling method on broiler performance and apparent metabolisable energyRodgers, Nicholas ; Mikkelsen, Lene Lind ; Svihus, Birger; Hetland, Harald; Choct, Mingan 28-May-2010
272007Effect of wheat particle size and milling type on broiler performance under semi-commercial conditionsRodgers, Nicholas ; Mikkelsen, Lene Lind ; Iji, Paul ; Choct, Mingan 2-Jun-2010
282004Efficacy of Bio-Mos® and Acid-Pak-4-Way™ as alternatives to AGPs in broilers challenged with 'Clostridium perfringens'Kocher, Andreas; Rodgers, Nicholas ; Tucker, Lucy; Choct, Mingan 27-Jul-2010

Credit Name
Nicholas Rodgers
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Rodgers, Nicholas
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School of Environmental and Rural Science
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