Elizabeth Davis
Novus International, headquartered in St. Charles, Missouri, creates animal nutrition solutions for livestock, poultry and aquaculture. Novus operations include corporate offices, research and development laboratories and manufacturing facilities in more than 35 countries, as well as smaller office...
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It is an honourable decision, well crafted and when the occasion is loudest. I doffed my cap for an “Executive “ achiever, who has tremendously sacrificed his time experience and resources to the upliftment of his “dear “ technical company; to a highly competitive edge. Permit me to say, enjoy your retirement, for which you are not tired. Bravo!
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Brad: Thanks for your valuable contribution at our 5th KOLEM. We are sure that all information you provided to our colleges and customers will results in better results at their farms. Regards,
Participation in Forum on October 14, 2019
Hello, Dr.FAYAZ.AHMAD SHEIKH. Mr. Fraudeau is retiring, as stated in the release: "After 28 years with Novus and almost 8 years at the helm of the company, I’ve shared with our Board of Directors my intent to retire at the end of this fiscal year, March 31st, 2020."
Participation in Forum on August 28, 2019
Emda, please see this response from Dr. Vivek Kuttappan: Thanks for your comments. Sorry, I am not sure if have any specific question/s, but the following are my comments on the topics you discussed. Breast muscle in birds is mainly meant for the movement of wings while flying. In the case of broiler birds, this muscle is not used much (as they do not fly) and are mainly consist of glycolytic (ana ...
Participation in Forum on August 13, 2019
Badal Singh Hello. Here is the response from Dr. Vivek Kuttappan: "Thanks for your question. I believe you are asking about the reason for this problem. The exact reason for this condition is not clear. However, a lot of research has reported that birds with heavier fillets have a higher chance of having myopathies. The hypothesis is that when birds have heavier/larger breast fillets, the blood c ...
Participation in Forum on July 31, 2019
Those interested in reviewing the poster for this research that was presented at ESPN 2019 can view it here: https://en.engormix.com/poultry-industry/articles/poster-quails-model-egg-t44014.htm
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Dear Syed Farjad Zaidi, I agree with your comment and, certainly, this is the aim of this work where modern layers were used in the trial in parallel to the quails. Preliminary results were presented at ESPN while we are preparing a full article to be published in the next months in a poultry journal.Thanks for your comment!
Participation in Forum on June 11, 2019
Dr.m.hasan Thanks for your interest. Here's a response from Dr. Vivek Kuttappan: "Thanks for your interest in my abstract. SPORULIN® contains spore count of ~4 X 109 CFU/g of product. At 250g/MT dietary inclusion level, it will provide spore count of ~106 CFU/g of feed. (CFU – Colony Forming Units)." You can find additional information on SPORULIN® here: https://www.novusint.com/Prod ...
Participation in Forum on May 20, 2019
Dr Sanjay Dronawat Thanks for your interest. Below are responses from Dr. Manangi. Message me with your email address if you'd like me to send you the abstract and poster associated with this research. 1. Impact on crumbles: Based on our work, the post-pellet fat application helps to reduce the percentage of crumbles since it improves pellet durability as mentioned in the poster. 2. Does it in ...
Participation in Forum on May 16, 2019
Dr. Manish Kumar Shah Here is a message from Dr. Manangi:Dr. Shah,Thanks for your questions. Basically, we are trying to deliver the fat that needs to be in there. When we measured the fat content, it was close to the expected value. This confirms that there shouldn’t be any change in energy or protein values. Again, it is very important to have the right equipment to make sure the amount of ...
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