Juhani Vuorenmaa
Hankkija Finnish Feed Innovations have their roots in the long tradition of developing novel solutions in Finnish bioscience industry. Our highly innovative natural feed supplements promote better animal performance and gut health. NATURE CREATES – WE REFINE A successor of Suomen Rehu O...
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Article published the May 23, 2022
The sustainability of animal production is currently one of the key business drivers for the feed industry. Sustainability is a broad term with a lot of different interpretations. According to FEFAC Feed Sustainability Charter 2030 sustainable feed production should “contribute to climate-neutral animal production, increase resource and nutrient efficiency, promote responsible sourcing ...
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Article published the May 23, 2022
Farmers and feed companies have witnessed unforeseen price increases of feed materials during the last year, which has further escalated recently due to the inconceivable and brutal war in Ukraine. Prices of grains, protein, oils, and other feed materials have risen to a record high level, thus increasing the feeding costs. At the same time, the industry is also suffering from high costs of energy ...
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Hankkija’s yeast hydrolysate Progut® is a natural solution for antibiotic free production systems. Yeast activated by our unique hydrolysis does excellent job in pathogen binding, modulating immunity, and improving feed efficiency. The efficacy of both products belonging to the Progut® family has been proven both scientifically and in field.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has been a real challenge for many international events, including scientific congresses. The 26th World Poultry Congress (WPC) was supposed to take place in Paris, France, in 2020 but the pandemic situation led to postponing it first by one year and again by another year. The event has now been re-scheduled to be held in Paris on August 07–11, 2022. Because abstract ...
News published on October 13, 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has been a real challenge for many international events, including scientific congresses. The 26th World Poultry Congress (WPC) was supposed to take place in Paris, France, in 2020 but the pandemic situation led to postponing it first by one year and again by another year. The event has now been re-scheduled to be held in Paris on August 07–11, 2022. Because abstract ...
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In the recent years, Hankkija, together with professor Filip van Immerseel’s research group at the University of Ghent in Belgium, have studied the mechanism-of-action of dietary resin acids in broiler chicken. In a published study by Aguirre et al. (2019), resin acids were added to broiler chicken diets, which resulted in a significant reduction of inflammation-associated collagen ...
Article published the September 23, 2021
Yeast products certainly have a role in supporting the performance and gut health of animals but choosing the right one can be tricky as there are plenty of products with similar claims. The yeast product manufacturers naturally emphasize those characteristics in their marketing messages that can differentiate them from the competition.The important characteristics of different yeast types vary an ...
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Biological interplay between microbes and animals is based on molecular interactions. So, we know that pathogens attach to specific carbohydrate structures. What if we knew more about those target structures? This would bring development of pathogen binding supplements to the next level. Dr. H. tells about recent research presented at the EAAP’s 71st annual meeting. The poster entitled “N-glycan p ...
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Modern animal feeding includes prophylactic approaches for supporting intestinal homeostasis and immunity, in order to avoid dysbiosis, diseases, and need for antimicrobial medication. According to the principles of the One Health concept, the well-being of humans, animals and the environment are all connected, and at these times of a pandemic, avoiding the excess usage of antibiotics in animal fa ...
Video published on April 1, 2021
Biological interplay between microbes and animals is based on molecular interactions. So, we know that pathogens attach to specific carbohydrate structures. What if we knew more about those target structures? This would bring development of pathogen binding supplements to the next level. Dr. H. tells about recent research presented at the EAAP’s 71st annual meeting. The poster entitled “N-glycan p ...
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