Juxing Chen
Novus International, headquartered in St. Charles, Missouri, creates animal nutrition solutions for livestock, poultry and aquaculture. Novus operations include corporate offices, research and development laboratories and manufacturing facilities in more than 35 countries, as well as smaller office...
Video published on February 11, 2021
Juxing Chen, Structure-Function Biology, Sr. Manager in R&D at Novus International, mentions that Supplementation of chelated Trace minerals is a way to improve breeder efficiency is to optimize the nutrition and management of the breeder hen to improve its reproduction
This member gave a presentation on January 25, 2021
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IPPE Marketplace - International Production & Processing Expo 2021
Video published on November 20, 2020
MINTREX® celebrates 10 years in Europe. For this reason, Juxing Chen, Structure-Function Biology, Sr. Manager in R&D at Novus International, spoke to engormix about the Effect of MINTREX® chelated trace minerals on Hatchability, chicks quality and more.
Video published on November 18, 2020
Juxing Chen, Structure-Function Biology, Sr. Manager in R&D at Novus International, points out the key features of Novus International in regards to the benefits in intestinal health in poultry, egg quality, and more through MINTREX® chelated trace minerals.
News published on November 15, 2020
MINTREX® arrived to Europe 10 years ago. To celebrate this anniversary, Juxing Chen, Structure-Function Biology, Sr. Manager in R&D at Novus International  invites you to register for a new webinar on Nutrition strategies for sustainable breeders production The webinar will be aired live on November, Wednesday 25th at 14.00 hours (CET). MINTREX® chelated trace m ...
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News published on October 14, 2020
 The study on maternal feeding is a collaboration with Novus and North Carolina State University SAINT CHARLES, MO (October 14, 2020) – A new study from Novus International, Inc. on how bis-chelated organic trace minerals impact piglet growth and development through changes in gene expression recently appeared in the Journal of Animal Science. The study titled “Effects of minera ...
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Article published the October 14, 2020
Introduction With intensive genetic selection for the prolificacy of sows, the swine industry is challenged with improving the piglet survival rate in connection with the increased litter size and decreased litter uniformity (Kim and Hansen, 2013). It is well known that maternal nutrition can have an influence on not only the development of fetal organ and tissue but also milk yield (Kim et al., ...
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Participation in Forum on May 1, 2020
Dear Dr Moran, thanks for your interest in the use of proteases in the presence of other exogenous enzymes. When we blend DP100 with phytase in feed, we don’t see losses of the phytase or DP100 in the feed, and when we feed the combination of the two enzymes we don’t see reduction in the response of the bird. This would indicate the protease is not degrading the exogenous phytase, if a ...
Article published the April 27, 2020
    Both essential oil and organic acid have been demonstrated to improve growth performance and gut health of broilers. With their different mechanism of action, it is hypothesized that combining them could provide additional benefits. A floor pen study with 1728 day-old male broilers was conducted to evaluate an essential oil blend (EOB, NEXT ENHANCE® 150, 1:1 thymol carvacrol) ...
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Article published the April 27, 2020
    A 41-d floor pen experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of supplementing higher doses (up to 3 times the standard dose of 500U) of phytase (CIBENZA® PHYTAVERSE®, Novus International, Inc.) in broiler chicks fed non-phytate phosphorus (NPP) deficient corn-SBM based diets. A total of 1584 Ross 308 male broiler chicks were assigned to 6 treatments with 12 pens/trea ...
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Location:Chesterfield, Missouri, United States
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Structure/Function Biology Manager at Novus International,
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