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IPPE - International Production & Processing Expo 2023
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Sami Dridi, Ph.D., HDR, from the University of Arkansas, shares his thoughts on the upcoming 2026 World's Poultry Congress to be held in Toronto, Canada
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Dear friendsthanks for the discussion, I am very impressed with the quality of the information. Recently, we have tested different soybean meals available in our region, and it was possible to see this difference including AME, AMEn and other digestibility variables. This makes very important the information presented by Dr. Ruiz. This makes me more interested in continuing the studies about soybe ...
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Luis Fernando Vergamini Luna, yes, in soybean meal, particularly in solvent extracted soybean meal a correlation exists between trypsin inhibitors and urease activity. However, today it is easier to directly determine trypsin inhibitors because there are commercial laboratories available for such an analysis and also because we have a better understanding about the levels of inhibitors indicative ...
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Luis Fernando Vergamini Luna We do a quick test of urease activity and view it as trypsin inhibitor. Not for protein analytic activity. We use mostly mash form of feed. I also do not believe in adding enzymes. I used and found them of no us. Thank you Dr.Kotaiah Indbro India
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Nelson Ruiz Thank you for clarifying this to all of us. Regards
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Introductions:Non-starch polysaccharides (NSPs) encapsulated in feed grains' cell walls contain valuable nutrients that may be wasted since some animals' endogenous enzymes cannot digest them. Xylanase feed additives degrade grain cell walls, releasing entrapped nutrients to the animal.The soluble portion of NSPs increase digesta viscosity, slowing the passage of feed through the digestive ...
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BRI's Xylamax has profound activity and can lower feed cost and increase the ROI resulting in a much higher profitability compared to other commercial Xylanases. Durham, North Carolina (April 15, 2021) – BioResource International announced the launch of its product Xylamax in Mexico on Wednesday. This product provides up to a 50 percent increase in energy release compared to similar product ...
Article published the April 26, 2021
Introduction:The application of enzymes in swine nutrition has gained traction over the past several years. Exogenous enzymes have become an integral part of commercial poultry feed for enhancing the efficiency of nutrient utilization, thereby reducing the cost of production, and improving growth performance. In swine, the application of exogenous enzymes is not yet a common practice, which demand ...
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Location:Indalatuba, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Professional Title: Technical Consultant
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