Martina Kluenemann
EVONIK ANIMAL NUTRITION Better feed for better food: the science of animal nutrition is one of the keys to efficient and sustainable livestock production. And our cutting-edge feed additives, services  and  software solutions play an essential role in the process. Our proven holisti...
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I. INTRODUCTION Growing emphasis on environmental regulation requires global animal production to adopt strategies like feeding low CP diets to minimize nitrogen excretion. However, in some of the animal feeding studies, lowering dietary CP beyond a certain level showed undesirable effects on growth performance and carcass quality of broilers. A number of explanatory approaches is being debated as ...
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Dear Sir I don't know why you neglected Threonine in this experiment, as the Threonine is the third limiting AA in the broiler diets. As the control diet has a deficiency in the Threonine Level, I don't think that the results can be followed as a commercial action.
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Interesting Article. A useful one, to demonstrate how this kind of trial should be conducted. In terms of comparisons of nutrient sources, there are two golden rules; 1, make sure nothing else can limit the observable response; and 2, test the products at a levels where a response is likely. With this trial, evaluation of the diets indicates that both Lysine and Threonine were limiting for both ph ...
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INTRODUCTIONAflatoxins, the natural contaminants of feedstuffs, are toxic metabolites produced primarily by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. Aflatoxins may cause serious economic losses in the poultry industry because they prevent birds from achieving optimum body weight gains (Khatke et al., 2012; Oguz and Kurtoglu, 2000) Small amounts of aflatoxin B1 may cause reduction in economi ...
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Dear Dr. Garcia and Khan. It looks to me that a large part of the difference in the availability values calculated come not from the fact that the responses with L-Methionine were much better than with DL but that the analysed values of L-Methionine are on average lower. Since the regressions used analysed values, this contributes in large part to the better RBVs observed. There's nothing wrong in ...
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Hello Without data on feed composition it is impossible to draw any conclusions from this report. Please can you post the FULL composition of the diets, ie % inclusion of each and every raw material. Then at least we can determine if another nutrient is actually the limiting factor in performance. MPS
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This video is factually incorrect. Methionine is an essential amino acid, meaning that in higher animals it cannot be synthesised; it must be consumed within the diet. Plants and micro-organisms can synthesise methionine. Whenever a properly designed and conducted comparison trial is conducted, the equivalence of these herbal products is invariably around 3%. In other words, they are NOT effecti ...
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