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NUTRIAD Presents Research Data on Sensory Imprinting Piglets

Date of publication : 5/18/2017
Company : Nutriad
Source : Nutriad
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Multinational feed additives producer NUTRIAD, was  a Gold Sponsor of  the recently concluded Pig Feed Quality Feed Conference (PQFC) in HoChiMinh (Vietnam).  Attracting a record number of delegates, the annual PQFC is Asia’s leading conference and scientific forum for pig and feed industry professionals. 

At the conference, Dr Bruno Silva, Professor in Swine Nutrition and Production, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil, presented “Nutritional solutions to alleviate heat stress in pigs” and widely discussed his work on evaluation of feed flavor (KRAVE - Delistart-K Link) supplementation on the performance of lactating sows and sensory imprinting on piglets post-weaning in hot and humid climates.

BK Chew, APAC Director, stated “Dr. Silva’s presentation of the latest research on sensory imprinting or linking sow diet to that of her litter, created a lot of excitement with the delegates, fitting into the PQFC theme, Translating Pig Nutrition Research into Practice

Ab Greven, APAC Palatability Manager added “The conference provided an excellent platform for Nutriad to showcase the latest scientific findings of our feed flavor applications, particularly on KRAVE and Delistart K-link, which incidentally was registered this month in Vietnam. Our palatability range also includes the well known Optisweet and Maxarome”.

NUTRIAD delivers products and services to over 80 countries, supported by 4 application laboratories and 5 manufacturing facilities on 3 continents.  

 
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