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Tannins: Review of Mechanism of Action in Animal Nutrition - Bernardo Valenti

Topic: Pig Nutrition
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Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017

Bernardo Valenti, a researcher at the University of Catania, in Italy, gave the presentation of his research "Tannins: Review of Mechanism of Action in Animal Nutrition" to the attendees at Silvafeed Technical Seminar in Bangkok, just before VIV Asia 2017, In Thailand.

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June 20, 2017

I have been using tannins in veg tan process. How is this in Animal nutrition? I am happy Silvateam, doing quiet a lot of innovation, in natural products. What kind of extracts do you recommend for Poultry and Animal nutrition? If suits me, I can join with you to promote in South India for the benefits of farmers community,


Nicola Panciroli Nicola Panciroli
Specialist in Animal Nutrition
Silvateam S.p.a Silvateam S.p.a
Piemonte, Italy
June 22, 2017

Thanks Ravindran for your comment and interest. Our suggester product for poutry is Silvafeed Nutri P. You can find some detailed information about the product in the following link https://en.engormix.com/silvateam/silvafeed-nutri-improve-feed-efficiency-monogastrics-sh15036_pr31137.htm
Feel free to contact me by email in order to receive more information: npanciroli@silvateam.com
Best regards
Nicola Panciroli

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