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News published on March 2, 2020
Perspectives and knowledge from industry’s top minds included in Novus International’s free publication SAINT CHARLES, MO (February 24, 2020) --Thanks to selective breeding, hyperprolific sows – those capable of birthing 30 or more piglets a year -- are gaining in popularity among swine producers. But with their productivity comes challenges: low birth weight and piglet mortalit ...
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Do you need more amino acids value from your ingredients?” CIBENZA® EP150 is the first feed additive of protease with spores of its production organism, Bacillus licheniformis, authorized in the European Union (4d12).
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Mercedes Vázquez-Añon, Senior Director of Animal Nutrition and Facilities at Novus International, discussed the benefits to gut health using proteases and phytases, during the Key Enzymes Opinion Leader Meeting (KOLEM) at Novus Headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.
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Swine Industry Professionals Join Forces with Novus to Reveal Challenges and Next Steps in the Industry ST. LOUIS, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Novus International, Inc. released a list of key challenges and opportunities for the swine industry developed at the Novus Global Swine Nutrition Roundtable in February. These issues will help inform several aspects of Novus’s ...
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 ...
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The nutritional and environmental experiences by weaning piglets contribute to gastro-intestinal and immune system disturbances. These can result in an increased susceptibility to gut disorders and, in some instances, to diarrhea, morbidity and even death. In particular, during the first week after weaning, often a reduced feed intake is seen due to a rise in blood cortisol levels as consequence o ...
Article published the December 13, 2016
The nutritional and environmental experiences by weaning piglets contribute to gastro-intestinal and immune system disturbances. These can result in an increased susceptibility to gut disorders and, in some instances, to diarrhea, morbidity and even death. In particular, during the first week after weaning, often a reduced feed intake is seen due to a rise in blood cortisol levels as consequence o ...
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