Chantelle Fryer
EVONIK ANIMAL NUTRITION AT A GLANCE Evonik is one of the world’s leading specialty chemicals companies. The central elements of our strategy for sustained value creation are profitable growth, efficiency and values. In 2017 Evonik’s more than 36,000 employees generated sales of &euro...
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The blockchain community has come a long way over the past couple of years. We have moved from a focus on cryptocurrencies to a wider understanding of different ways we can leverage blockchain technology across industries. I’ve counted more than fifty different initiatives focused on food and agriculture around the world that are doing more than just raising funds through an ICO (Initial Coi ...
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Evonik has rolled out a high-precision NIR analytical service, which enables the content of raw, unground feed materials to be assessed as soon as they arrive at the mill. The amino acid and macro-nutrient content of samples can now be analyzed quickly, straight from the delivery truck, cutting out the time-consuming grinding step. The results can then be compared to NIR calibrations of more th ...
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Conclusions The assay performed was performed using Chromobacterium violaceum CV026 strain, capable of producing violacein in response to the presence of short chain N-aclyhomoserine lactones.   Ecobiol®, prevented the production of violacein demonstrating the quorum quenching activity on C. violaceum CV026, using either C6 HSL (homoserine lactone) as a substrate. Introdu ...
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Heat stress continues to be a challenge, and any contribution to knowledge is welcomed. However, I would correct some of the points raised recently. Use of methionine sources will inevitably reduce heat stress, as correct formulation to SID amino acids will reduce crude protein content and thus energy expended in excreting excess nitrogen.The choice of methionine source needs to account for this. ...
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Dear Dr. Adejoro A very interesting article. Whilst I am in no doubt that mycotoxins contribute to the on-going problems, one should consider a much wider range of nutritional solutions to really start to make improvements. With our extensive experience in West Africa, we are aware that nutritional knowledge and training needs to be seriously improved. Use of up to date formulation tools / nutrit ...
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When a clostridial infection is underway then enzymes are likely not going to help. In this case veterinarian advice may be needed. However, if clostridial infection is a concern or has been in the past then enzymes can play a role in mitigation of the risks i.e. they are not a cure but may be a preventative measure if deployed prophylactically. Several mechanisms may be of importance here: (1) Ma ...
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Just reacting to the original question (do phytases always work in poultry nutrition). Clearly this depends on how you define 'work' i.e. what the expectations you have of the phytase. It would be possible, for example, to manufacture a situation where the efficacy of the added phytase looked very poor e.g. if the diet to which you add the phytase has a high concentration of digestible phosphorus ...
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Location:Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Profile: Professional
Professional Title: Animal Nutritionist