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EVONIK ANIMAL NUTRITION WE’RE SCIENCING THE GLOBAL FOOD CHALLENGE BECAUSE IT’S ALL ABOUT LIFE The greatest global challenge is to ensure food security. Eight billion human lives depend on it. However, it matters how we source animal protein. BECAUSE IT’S ALL ABOUT LIFE...
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Dr. Dirk Hoehler, SVP Essential Nutrition at Evonik, provides more details on Evonik’s backward integration of their DL-Methionine plant and their global methionine production network
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Dr. Fernanda Castro, Technical Service Manager and Global Sustainability Coordination inoSust® Program at Evonik Animal Nutrition, points out how inoSust® collects and analyzes data to identify the environmental footprint of poultry production
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@Dr. Rajendra Prasad Vemana I really do not agree with this very "broad brush" description. If I consider that sNSP content of maize is only 20% that of wheat, I cannot see in any way that an enzyme that MIGHT contribute 100 kcal energy sparing in a wheat-based diet can provide anything close to 100 kcal in a maize-based diet - simply not enough substrate! I would use 20 - 30 kcal maximum such die ...
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Dear Alireza, thank you for confirming the concept by an additional data set. I like to pronounce, that validating the equivalency of DL-Met and the methionine hydroxy analogue at 65:100 replacement ratio not only results in same animal performance but also in considerable cost savings when using DL-Met provided the price ratio between mentioned products is not 65%, which means the price of the hy ...
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there is nice report. We replaced in diet 65 part of DL-MET with 100 part of MHA in trial on 6000 broilers in iran. Results indicated that body weight and FCR were the same in both groups confirming 65% RBV of MHA.
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Hello. Interesting concept, that feeds would require supplementation with liquid amino acids. First, may I clarify one small point. For every amino acid other than methionine, the content of liquid products can be directly compared to solid versions; so a 50% lysine liquid will supply 500 mg lysine per g consumed. For lysine hydrochloride the value is 78% / 780 mg / g. Therefore to replace 1 g lys ...
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DL-Methionine (DL-Met, 99%) and liquid DL-2-hydroxy-4-methylthio butanoic acid (methionine hydroxy analogue-free acid, MHA-FA, 88%) are often used in commercial poultry feeds to meet the requirements for Methionine+Cysteine (M+C). However, differences in chemical properties and absorption decrease the relative bioavailability value (RBV) of MHAFA, which corresponds to 65% of DL-Met for performance ...
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Optimal soybean (SB) processing conditions is essential to ensure that antinutritional factors as trypsin inhibitors are deactivated while maintaining protein solubility and dispersibility. Heat processing is critical for improving amino acid digestibility of extruded SB for broilers. Excessive heat treatment can lead to denaturation of proteins, resulting in a negative impact on animal performanc ...
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Nutritionists have access to various ingredients that fulfill methionine (Met) requirements of broilers. Amino acids (AA), such as DL-methionine, are nearly 100% bioavailable while methionine hydroxy analogs are shown to be relatively less bioavailable.Thus, this experiment aimed to determine the efficacy of using a 65% DL-methionine and 35% limestone dilution product (65DLM) compared to a methion ...
Article published the August 18, 2023
DL-Methionine (DL-Met, 99%) and liquid DL-2-hydroxy-4-methylthio butanoic acid (methionine hydroxy analogue-free acid, MHA-FA, 88%) are often used in commercial poultry feeds to meet the requirements for Methionine+Cysteine (M+C). However, differences in chemical properties and absorption decrease the relative bioavailability value (RBV) of MHAFA, which corresponds to 65% of DL-Met for performance ...
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