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ICC adding value to nutrition Founded in 1992, ICC was born with roots in yeast additives development. Over the years, ICC became a leading innovative biotechnology company with a strong dedication to solutions aiming at animal performance, health foundation and food safety. Our technologies ...
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The first week of the life of calves, which belongs to the calving phase, is the most critical period, as 50% of the first-year mortality rate occurs during this period, where various stressors strongly influence health. Stress is a response of the animal's organism to a stimulus, and when it is associated with negative situations, reduced performance and productivity are inevitable, since animal ...
Article published the September 14, 2020
The first week of the life of calves, which belongs to the calving phase, is the most critical period, as 50% of the first-year mortality rate occurs during this period, where various stressors strongly influence health. Stress is a response of the animal's organism to a stimulus, and when it is associated with negative situations, reduced performance and productivity are inevitable, since animal ...
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Article published the September 14, 2020
Somatic cell count (SCC) is related to the total number of cells per millilitre of milk. Primarily, SCC is composed of leukocytes that are produced by the cow’s immune system during an inflammatory process in the mammary gland, commonly referred to as mastitis (Looper, 2012). This inflammation results from the introduction and multiplication of pathogenic microorganisms in the mammary gland, ...
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News published on August 11, 2020
A scientific paper developed by the R&D team was published in the journal Food Research International.  The company is currently investing R$1 million in research for new animal health and nutrition solutions.  A study by ICC Brazil, a pioneer in the production of innovative yeast-based solutions for animal health and nutrition, has been featured in Food Research International, a r ...
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News published on July 14, 2020
The safe management and meeting nutritional requirements ensure animal welfare and higher quality to farms Maintaining animal health and following biosafety standards on farms is essential to take full advantage of the poultry’s potential. This process will not only improve product performance, but also prevent ongoing challenges. Dr. Melina Bonato, R&D Manager at ICC Brazil, a pioneer ...
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Article published the April 28, 2020
 A balanced microbiota is vital for the intestine to have good function, in addition to gut integrity. The microbiota is formed by non-pathogenic microorganisms, which are of key importance for the metabolism and the absorption of nutrients and other compounds consumed by animals. A healthy microbiota has a high diversity of microbial genera in perfect balance, allowing an increase in the met ...
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Article published the April 28, 2020
On the past two decades, diseases caused by food have been emerging as a major and growing public health and economic issue in many countries. Due to recent world crisis with some animal products,food safety is one of the most important and valued attributes by consumers. According to FAO and USDA, 25% of world agricultural crops are contaminated with some kind of mycotoxin and, as a consequence ...
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Article published the April 28, 2020
In these past years, the concept of food safety has become increasingly more evident in the food production, mainly when it is related with the export of products of animal origin, which is a huge challenge to the industries to ensure food safety. The demand for healthier and more natural ingredients in food gains strength in Brazil and the world, with investment in technology and industry adhesi ...
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Article published the April 28, 2020
Recently, Pig Farming suffered a major impact on world production. In September 2018, the African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) was detected in subsistence pigs in China and Romania, and in wild boars in Belgium. Brazil was directly affected by the effect of the ASFV crisis. In the first quarter of 2019, Brazilian exports of pork had China as their main destination, representing 24.9% of total Brazili ...
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News published on October 18, 2019
ICC Brazil, a trailblazer in the creation of innovative solutions based on yeast additives for animal nutrition, will participate in the 19th National Congress and 1st ABRAVES International Congress, to be held in October August 22-24, in Toledo, Paraná. The city, located in the western state of Paraná, is a benchmark for pig farming and has the biggest herd of the region. The event ...
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