The potential of supplemental enzymes in dairy and feedlot diets: impact of a protected fungal amylase preparation on ruminal fermentation and animal production

Published on: 08/29/2019
Author/s : J.M. TRICARICO1, J.D. JOHNSTON2 AND K.A. DAWSON1 - Alltech Inc.

IntroductionThe use of exogenous enzyme supplements for dairy and beef cattle has received much attention during the last several years. Research efforts have mainly focused on the application of fibrolytic enzymes as feed pre-treatment agents or as direct-fed supplements. Direct feeding of exogenous enzyme preparations is more practical and is supported by studies showing high stability of fungal...

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August 29, 2019

Very important point. Especially it could be used together with "Cutinase" effect of fibrolitic and amylolytic enzymes from Asp. spp. biomass. We have check them both in Fibrase (Italy).

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