Dr. George Stephenson
M.V.Sc Poultry Science
Techno-Commercial Manager for Enzymes to provide service to Poultry integrators, commercial feed millers and consultants. Sales support to the regional sales and marketing team.
M.V.Sc Poultry Science
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I. INTRODUCTIONForecasting is fraught with difficulties associated with poor data and unknown unknowns. Fortunately, in the case of laying hens, this is not true. We have an excellent history of how our birds have improved over the past decade (Table 1), and a fair idea of what can be expected in future breeding programmes used by the primary breeding companies. Our understanding is that the requi ...
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In this interview, Matthew Bekker, Technical Services Manager at Novus International Oceania Region, describes the role that essential trace minerals play in the development and performance of modern birds, some factors that affect epigenetics, and how bioavailability of minerals support breeder hens
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Dr. Anjan Mondal, Senior Technical Manager, South Central Asia at Novus International, points out how to ensure drinking water quality for poultry production, the role of water acidification in poultry production, and more...
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We have extensively researched the relationship between betaine methionine and choline and at normal usage levels cannot recommended any sparing effect of betaine. However, it does aid in maintaining intestinal integrity and some studies have shown increased breast meat yield.
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Dr. Markus Wiltafsky-Martin, Responsible for Service Commercialization at Evonik Animal Nutrition, underscores why AMINODat® 6.0, is the most comprehensive animal nutrition database in the world that comprises nutritional data of more than 18,000 feed ingredient samples from all over the world and over 900,000 analytical results.
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Dear Fakhar Imam Shad, As nutritionist I want to point out that I can not recommend a general valid value as "matrix value" for Methionine replacement; I personlally do not agree, because it depends on each feed formulation. For Methionine replacement first of all please consider that only in good conditions a partial replacement of the total methionine is a recommended and safe strategy, and it ...
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INTRODUCTIONThe nonstarch polysaccharide (NSP) portion of corn and soybean meal (SBM) – the 2 primary ingredients in North American poultry feeds – is complex and varies considerably across both ingredients. Exogenous NSP enzymes are supplemented to improve the digestibility of this fiber fraction for which no enzymes are secreted endogenously (Bedford, 1995; Cowieson, 2010; Kiarie et ...
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Pirzado M Zakria Using "cocktail" of some enzymes there is not additive effect. As the general rule, NSP are calculated as 100% for energy, phytase 100% for minerals and protease 100% for protein/AA (I mean 100% as declared). Other effect of all enzymes are calculated partly or neglected (eg. AA for NSP or energy for phytase). This is not just simple adding. Each enzyme company have own research a ...
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In an institutional video, the history of BioResource International is introduced with the science behind its products.
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INTRODUCTION An important function of animal production is to provide high-quality protein for human consumption. In order to fulfill this role, animals themselves require high-quality protein in correct proportions in their diets. There are many ways to assess the quality of proteins, but nevertheless, they are all related to amino acid supply, which thus becomes a key feature in animal nutrition ...
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Professional Title: M.V.Sc Poultry Science
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