Amit Goswami
Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Technology, ICT ( Formerly UDCT). Mumbai, India
Consultation in Feed supplements, Probiotics
Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Technology, ICT ( Formerly UDCT). Mumbai, India
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Participation in Forum on January 31, 2019
Kausar Shaikh: You are most welcome
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Amit Goswami Thanks Mr.Amit
Participation in Forum on January 31, 2019
Kausar Shaikh: Ideally, the higher concentration means better efficacy for all products (including Sodium Butyrate), however, there are various factors that may have a say in the performance. Few of the important parameters are below: 1) Coating system - This is important because with pKa value of 4.82, Sodium Butyrate will get converted into Butyric acid in the Foregut (if coating material or qua ...
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Haitham Yakout, Director of Technical Sales Support in Nutriad, explains to us the latest innovations that Nutriad has developed to improve digestive performance in birds, during IPPE 2018.
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I use butyrates (Na or Ca) in broiler feeds; powder, protected form. They work well in the gut -modulate the microbiota and protect willi. They are particulary useful when no feed antibiotic (AGP) is added. But the "job" must be done in lower gut (intestine) not in the stomach. Then my doubt is how they could pass the stomach without protection-via water. The positive result is proven for powder,p ...
Participation in Forum on May 8, 2018
dr Piotr Stanislawski I have similar view as well, unless the concept of application of Butyrates in protected form is proven to be erroneous or there is another explanation based on technology in this new application, which is not yet clear..
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Participation in Forum on April 18, 2018
Dr. Vijay Swami Yeah, I found at least 1 patent that was applied for with cmc as coating material while searching google. I ain't sure but it appears it was later withdrawn (EP20090767981).Any comments from the experts in the group will help us get further enlightened.Source : https://patents.google.com/patent/EP2373181A1/en
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Participation in Forum on April 18, 2018
dan hofer Difficult question! I have found companies suggesting as low as 250 gm / mt for some brands while few recommending 1 kg / mt while few others recommending 2 kg or even 3 kg per mt in poultry. I am convinced that I am now totally confused on the dose recomendation. Perhaps you should enquire with the producer of the particular brand. I wish i could have been more helpful
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Participation in Forum on April 18, 2018
Ozgur Gultekin, DVM Pleasure :)
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Dear Amit Goswami. Thanks for sharing this valuable information.
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Professional Title: Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Technology, ICT ( Formerly UDCT). Mumbai, India
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