Aminul Islam
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), MS in Microbiology
Poultry management specially gut health monitoring. Feed Additive Marketing in Bangladesh
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), MS in Microbiology
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Hello Anonymous, I'll try to explain it. Matrix is prepared based on several trials.For enzymes used for more years there are really many trials (sometimes the matrix is corrected/updated).Comparison of the results of feed with (few levels) and without (control) the enzymes give the researcher the answer "how the enzyme influence/uplift exact nutrients values:eg. ME, avP,Ca,AA...).Then the matrix ...
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DR.R.N.Sreenivas Gowda, you make good points on enzyme supplementation. We developed Victus™ Broiler multi-enzyme supplement several years ago based on bird physiology, changes in nonstarch polysaccharides (NSP) over the growout, and the need for debranching enzymes (Ward, 2013). While also including phytase, protease and amylase, the Victus NSP enzyme composition coincides with feed changes. It ...
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Hello Omar, Thank you for your question, your observation is correct, NC+A and NC+D shown similar results. NC+A is a combination product of Xylanase and DFM from one company, while NC+D are two different products from two different companies. Therefore, when it comes to choosing A versus D option, it boils down to cost, and the convenience of doing business with 1 versus 2, which really depends ...
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The approach of supplementing poultry feed with a combination of xylanase and direct-fed-microbials (DFMs), along with other management practices, to improve gut health is gaining increased attention as feed-additive alternatives to replace growth promoting antibiotics (AGP). The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of various combinations of different endo-xylanases and multi-str ...
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Use of exogenous enzymes and is becoming a norm to utilize the undigested parts and to overcome the adverse effects as well. It depends on the selection of feed ingredients to be incorporated in the feed .Underdeveloped digestive capacity brings potential benefits for exogenous enzyme usages, such as protease, lipase, and amylases. The birds physiology varies with the age This is scientifically ...
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DR.R.N.Sreenivas GowdaThank you sir
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I am interested in this topic will like more light in this area of nutrition.
Article published the August 4, 2021
No common feedstuff is 100% digested. In practice, 10-15% are excreted in faeces without bringing any means to bird requirement and in addition cause potential anti-nutritional effects. Thus, there is no doubt poultry benefits the most from use of exogenous enzymes and is becoming a norm to utilize the undigested parts and to overcome the adverse effects as well. However, the biological reality ...
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Copper (Cu) has been widely used at pharmacological levels (e.g., 125 ppm) as growth promoter in poultry. However, the mechanism by which high levels of Cu promote growth remains to be determined. It is commonly recognized that Cu exerts anti-microbial effect in the gut but there is not much direct and consistent data showing that Cu alters the population of bacterial species in birds. And copper ...
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Hi AnaHow much amino acid can be replaced with natural betaine?Are you talking about anhydrous form?Could you please share your mail address & contact nº to discuss more.Regards,Azimul.
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Location:Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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Professional Title: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), MS in Microbiology