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Feed Digestibility - Feed enzymes and nutrients digestibility

Feed Digestibility

Rovabio® Excel

It is a feed additive containing a combination of 19 active enzymes produced by only one non-genetically modified fungus (Talaromyces versatilis).

As such, these enzymes are naturally compatible, offering optimal stability and efficacy. This combination of enzymes works synergistically for the degradation non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) present in vegetable raw materials.

A multi-species, multi-ingredient and multi-application solution, Rovabio® Excel appears to be the most versatile enzymatic product available on the market.

Rovabio® Advance

Thanks to a 10-year research program in bioengineering and animal nutrition, Adisseo has revolutionized feed digestibility with its new enzyme solution, Rovabio® Advance.

It is a feedase because it can improve the digestibility of all feed nutrients, including amino acids, phosphorus and calcium, whatever the type of diet.

It has been a real breakthrough innovation and technology to develop Rovabio® Advance. This enzyme offers multiple benefits for the customers: not only the Feedase effect, but also a full package of services to extract the maximum value.

Rovabio® Advance PHY

Because there is still more value to get out of feed, Adisseo developed Rovabio® Advance PHY, the second generation of feedase to further unlock feed potential and alleviate the animal production footprint on earth resources.

Rovabio® Advance PHY is the fruit of many tests aiming at finding out the most powerful enzyme combination, delivering the best cost efficiency with maximum performance, sustainability and consistency. With Rovabio® Advance PHY, Adisseo opens a new way to consider and use enzyme combinations.

Rovabio® Advance PHY is a multi-enzymatic solution which addresses the whole indigestible vegetable fraction of feed, resulting in an improvement of the overall feed digestibility, including metabolizable energy, digestible amino acids, available phosphorus, calcium and sodium. It is the 2nd generation of feedase.

Feed Digestibility