Ghane AE, Haldar S, White E, Hardy R, Marchal L, Evans C. 2023. Effect of high Buttiauxella phytase dose sustains performance and bone quality of laying hens fed nutrient compromised diets. Proceedings of Australian Poultry Science Symposium 34: 197-200
Ghane AE, Haldar S, Dhara AK, White E, Evans C. 2022. Effects of using a multi-strain bacillus probiotic in combination with a phytase and a carbohydrase on performance of broiler chickens exposed to enteric challenge. Proceedings of Australian Poultry Science Symposium 33: 49-52.
Ghane AE, Haldar S, Dhara AK, Sidiq F, Evans C. 2022. Effects of multi-strain bacillus probiotic in combination with consensus bacterial 6-phytase and a carbohydrase with full matrix implementation on performance of broiler chickens exposed to enteric challenge. Proceedings of Australian Poultry Science Symposium 33: 158-161.
Tactacan GB, Dhara AK, Sarkar A, Dey S, Haldar S, Chowdhury MAK. 2021. Performance and gut microbial profile of broilers fed diets with varying levels of protein and energy and supplemented with a protease complex. Proceedings of Australian Poultry Science Symposium 32: 82.
Verma Mukherjee A, Haldar S. 2022. Poultry and fishery industry: Environmental effect and its mitigation strategies. Indian Journal of Animal Health 61: 190-199.
Chowdhury MAK, Dhara AK, Dey S, Sarkar A, Haldar S, Tactacan GB. 2021. Protease complex reduces potentially pathogenic microbial populations in the ileum while optimizing performance of broiler chickens. Animal and Veterinary Sciences 9: 16-23.
Chowdhury MAK, Dhara AK, Dey S, Sarkar A, Tactacan GB, Haldar S. 2021. Dietary supplementation of a microencapsulated essential oil-organic acid blend with and without protease affects performance, nutrient accretion cecal microbiota, and circulatory biomarker concentrations in male broiler chickens. Letters in Animal Biology 1: 19-33.
Haldar S, Bedford M. 2020. The level and source of dietary calcium influences phytase effects in broilers. Asian Feed 10/11: 35-39.
Haldar S. 2020. Practical solutions for water quality issues Part 1: Water availability and disease transmission, Asian Poultry Issue 2020 Issue 1: 8-10 (Proceeding of the Broiler Feed Quality Conference, Bangkok and Jakarta, August 2019).
Haldar S. 2020. Practical solutions for water quality issues Part 2: Microbial and chemico-physical standards, Asian Poultry Issue 2020 Issue 1: 12-16 (Proceeding of the Broiler Feed Quality Conference, Bangkok and Jakarta, August,2019).
Dhara A, Verma D, Dey S, Sarkar S, Haldar S. 2019. Assessment of tributyrin as a replacement for antibiotic growth promoters: effects on performance, selected bacterial population in digesta, intestinal histomorphology and immune responses (measured through vaccine titres). Acta Scientific Veterinary Sciences 1: 22-31.
Pathak M, Mandal G P, Patra AK, Samanta I, Pradhan S, and Haldar S. (2016). Effects of dietary supplementation of cinnamaldehyde and formic acid on growth performance, intestinal microbiota, and immune response in broiler chickens. Animal Production Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN15816
Murugesan, G. R., Syed, B., Haldar, S and Pender C. (2015) Phytogenic feed additives as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters in broiler chickens. Frontiers in Veterinary Science. Doi.10.3389/fvets.2015.00021
Singh, A.K., Ghosh, T.K., Creswell, D. and Haldar, S. (2015) Effect of supplementation of betaine hydrochloride on physiological performance of broilers exposed to thermal stress. Open Access Animal Physiology. Doi.10.2147/OAAP.S83190
Singh A.K., Ghosh T.K. and Haldar S. (2015) Effects of methionine chelate- or yeast proteinate-based supplement of copper, iron, manganese and zinc on broiler growth performance, their distribution in the tibia and excretion into the environment. Biological Trace Element Research. DOI 10.1007/s12011-014-0222-2.
Toshi Wati, Ghosh, T. K., Syed, B. and Haldar, S (2015) Comparative efficacy of a phytogenic feed additive and an antibiotic growth promoter on production performance, caecal microbial population and humoral immune response of broiler chickens inoculated with enteric pathogens. Animal Nutrition 1: 213-219.
Haldar S, Syed B, Steiner T. 2014. Effects of a phytogenic feed additive on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, caecal microflora composition and intestinal histomorphology of broilers. Presented in BOKU-Symposium Tierernährung 2014
Singh, A., Walk, C., Ghosh, T.K., Bedford, M.R. and Haldar, S (2013) Effect of a novel microbial phytase on production performance and tibia mineral concentration of broiler chickens fed low calcium diets. British Poultry Science 54: 206-215
Singh, A., Masey O Nell, H.V., Ghosh, T.K., Bedford, M.R. and Haldar, S (2012) Effects of xylanase supplementation on performance, total volatile fatty acids and selected bacterial population in caeca, metabolic indices and peptide YY concentrations in serum of broiler chickens fed energy restricted maize-soybean based diets. Animal Feeds Science and Technology 177: 194-203
Ghosh, T.K., Haldar, S Bedford, M.R., Muthusami, N. and Samanta, I. (2012) Assessment of yeast cell wall as replacements for antibiotic growth promoters in broiler diets: effects on performance, intestinal histo-morphology, and humoral immune responses. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 96: 275-284
S. Haldar (20) Practical solutions for water quality issues – Part 1: Water availability and disease transmission. Asian Poultry: 8-10
S. Haldar (2020) Practical solutions for water quality issues – Part 2: Microbial and chemico-physical standards. Asian Poultry: 12-16.
S. Dey, AK Dhara, A Sarkar and S Haldar (2016) Utilising cotton seed meal in broiler diets. Asian Poultry: 42-45.
S. Agarwal, S. Saxena and S. Haldar (2017) A novel enzyme-DFM combination helps to improve broiler performance under cyclic heat-stress condition. Livestock and Feed Business:40-42.
D. Creswell and S. Haldar (2015) Utilising roasted guar meal in broiler diets. Asian Feed Magazine: 30-33.