Video published on February 24, 2019
Dr. Megharaja Manangi, senior research scientist at Novus International, discussed how producers can improve feed durability and cut costs through post-pellet fat application during the annual International Poultry Scientific Forum (IPSF) at IPPE 2019.
News published on February 5, 2019
Novus International, Inc. to present research for poultry producers during international forum
ST. LOUIS, MO (February 5, 2019) – With the population growing and demand for poultry rising, the poultry industry is looking to science to help tackle key issues. There’s no better place to learn about new and developing poultry science than the annual International Poultry Scientifi ...
Video published on June 8, 2018
Megharaja Manangi, Senior Scientist for Poultry Nutrition (R&D) at Novus International, explains why not all phytase sources provide the same results and highlights the benefits of CIBENZA® PHYTAVERSE®, a brand new phytase enzyme designed to maximize phytate hydrolysis and increase gastric stability, among other benefits.
Article published the February 16, 2018
Video and Poster
Megharaja Manangi, Senior Scientist for Poultry Nutrition (R&D) at Novus International, speaks about his Poster Session at the International Poultry Scientific Forum (IPSF): "Comparison of two sources of microbial phytases on performance and bone ash of broiler chicks fed non-phytate phosphorus deficient corn-soybean meal based diets", during IPPE 20 ...
This member gave a presentation on January 29, 2018
At the following event:
IPPE - International Production & Processing Expo 2018
News published on January 10, 2018
Novus is proud to join the best in the poultry industry as we travel to Atlanta, Georgia, USA to discuss the latest in an array of research, technology and solutions aimed at improving the efficiency, profitability and sustainability of global meat and egg production. Stop by our booth (C 2841) for an exclusive look at some of the most innovative research on gut health, meat quality and epigenet ...
Participation in Forum on August 30, 2017
Studies have found that HMTBA and DL-Methionine are equally effective or provide equal methionine value (100%) (on equimolar basis) to birds on a comparative dose basis. For a deeper understanding, if needed, it is recommended to look through the Schothorst Feed Research Institute study outcome in 2015. Additionally, to understand the metabolism of HMTBa, it might also be worth reading the review ...
Participation in Forum on August 29, 2017
As mentioned in the article, HMTBa is a source of supplemental methionine. ALIMET (Novus’s liquid product) which is 88% HMTBa, and Novus’s dry product, MHA is 84% HMTBa.
Article published the August 24, 2017
In the United States, the largest poultry-producing country globally, broiler production decisions are based on the smallest of margins, often as little as a fraction of a penny per pound. With such thin margins separating producers, bird performance is a key indicator of success. Producers can support gut health and overall profitability by supplementing broilers with a methionine source that can ...
Video published on August 3, 2017
Megharaja Manangi, Manager, Poultry Nutrition (R&D) at Novus International, presented his research, "The effect of combining microbial phytase, protease, and xylanase on performance of broiler chicks fed diets containing reduced levels of available phosphorus, amino acids and energy," during the PSA 2017 meeting in Orlando, USA.