Article published the October 25, 2017
Constraints to achieving precision feedingToday, feed can be formulated to an accuracy of many decimal places. This is vital for effective least cost formulation, as feed accounts for over 70 percent of animal production costs. Many factors can contribute to reducing the value of that accuracy, such as growing conditions, animal health, management and the nutritional value of feedstuffs used. Feed ...
Participation in Forum on March 22, 2017
Marco, we have done some research on the poultry side where we confirm the transfer of chelated minerals to the baby chick to a greater extent (higher mineral concentration in yolk and tissue) than that of inorganic trace minerals. This, in turn, resulted in better performance for the progeny. In pigs, we have observed carry over effects of feeding sows with chelated minerals and the benefits it h ...
News published on March 16, 2017
Novus International Hosts Swine Nutrition Professionals to Share Innovations and Ideas
FLORIANÓPOLIS, BRAZIL (March 16, 2017) – The first Iberoamerican Swine Nutrition Roundtable, hosted by Novus International, Inc., brought together swine experts from Italy, Spain, and Latin America to discuss the various challenges facing swine nutrition and early piglet development. The ev ...
Participation in Forum on January 16, 2017
Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci.
Vol. 24, No. 12 : 1718 - 1728
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