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2017 PSA Annual Meeting
2017 PSA Annual Meeting

2017 PSA Annual Meeting

July 17, 2017 to July 20, 2017
Orlando World Center Marriott 8701 World Center Dr, Orlando, FL 32821, USA - Orlando - Florida - United States

Nutriad presenting New Research Data at Poultry Science Meeting

Date of publication : 7/3/2017
Company : Adisseo
Source : Nutriad

At the upcoming 2017 Poultry Science Association in Orlando FL (USA), Dr. Haitham Yakout, Technical Director for Nutriad will be presenting two research posters focusing on the new digestive performance technologies implemented by Nutriad. Sharing new insight with industry professionals, multinational feed additives producer Nutriad further strengthens its position as innovator and leader in research on natural digestive performance additives.

The use of botanical additives has been on the rise with current new regulations on the usage of antibiotics growth promoters, and its mode of action has been vastly studied. With a proprietary formulation of various botanicals, a positive impact can be achieved based on quorum sensing which disrupts pathogens communication, thus reducing their negative impact on overall animal health.

The impact of utilizing a precision delivery coated sodium butyrate in combination with a botanical product on the performance of broilers will be discussed in detail by Nutriad.

Dr. Haitham Yakout stated that “I am excited to represent Nutriad at this important meeting, and have the opportunity to discuss our research with peers in the industry.”

“Nutriad continues to invest in novel ideas in additives application, to support customers achieve an even better performance in a challenging time when AGPs are being removed from diets” added Guilherme Bromfman, Director of Business Development for Nutriad.

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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