Why Does Enzyme Thermostability Matter?

Published on: 07/17/2017
Author/s : Basheer Nusairat, Ph.D. Animal Nutritionist, BRI.

The Impact of Feed Pelleting on Enzyme Thermostability In animal feed manufacturing, the process of pelleting is used to convert mash feed into compressed pellets. Pelleting provides several advantages, such as ease of handling, reduction of dust and waste and standard composition. The use of pelleted feed is also known to improve the feed conversion ratio (FCR) due to better digestibility and ab...

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James Marinakis James Marinakis
Horse breeder
July 17, 2017
Who makes the thermostable enzymes and what is used to determine the correct amount to result in optimum food digestion and absorption?
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Rahat Mobeen Rahat Mobeen
M.Phil Animal Nutrition
May 22, 2019
how to calculate the enzyme dose according to substrate. please help me ?
rahatmobeen.533@gmail.com
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