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Ruminant Nutrition & Animal Science - Dr. Fred Owens

Date of publication : 4/13/2020
Company : Maxx Performance
Source : Maxx Performance

This is Maxx Talks. Join the Maxx Performance R&D team and renowned scientists and manufacturers around the world in discussing the remarkable innovations that food and feed companies can bring to market using Microencapsulation technology

How Microencapsulation can be used to optimize nutrients absorption in animal feed? What are the benefits of Microencapsulation in ruminant Nutrition? Hear What Dr. Fred Owens has to say about this topic in this Maxx Talks. Dr. Fred Owens is a retired animal science professor at Oklahoma State University, a longtime ruminant nutrition researcher with Pioneer and Maxx Performance Board Member.

Owens has over 30 years of experience in academia, and is professor emeritus of animal science at Oklahoma State University. At Oklahoma State, Owens taught courses on beef cattle nutrition, fat and carbohydrate metabolism, rumenology, minerals and vitamins. His research foci included: protein nutrition of ruminants, feed intake control, grain hybrids, grain processing, rumen function and mechanisms of action of feed additives. Before being named professor emeritus, he served as the Sarkeys Distinguished Professor in Animal Science and as a Regents Professor.

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Maxx Performance was founded in 2004 with a simple goal: to extend the useful life of feed additive ingredients using microencapsulation technologies—and bring about true innovation on behalf of our customers and their consumers.

For more information, please contact below Courtney Samuels Director, Sales, and Marketing at Maxx Performance

 
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