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The prices are a moving target. But yes that paper is AUD not Euros. We can say that as time goes by, the purified AA sources will likely get cheaper as demand picks up and economy of scale is realised. The next thing to be considered will be sustainability. On first thought, most will think purified sources will be more sustainable than SBM. However one needs to consider the input materials to pr ...
Participation in Forum on April 23, 2021
Christoph Hutter, Tried getting in contact with you via ADDCON website, left my email there but I suppose you never got it. So my email is entzgeorge20@gmail.com. Cheers.
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Participation in Forum on April 22, 2021
Please send me your email address to this address entzgeorge20@gmail.com and I can share my diet. Thank-you.
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Participation in Forum on April 20, 2021
Ana, We can supplement Lysine,Meth, Threonine in our diets , but when reducing the CP in the grower down to 18.5 - 19 % Crude protein, then all other AA's become limiting by quite a bit. Is there still a benefit to adding Betaine ?
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This is the T glycine /dig Lysine ratio
Participation in Forum on April 7, 2021
John Wills, PhD , I'm a little confused, is your Total glycine level 0.87 -0.88% in the diet or is the ratio of Glycine to Lysine 0.87? Thank-you in advance.
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Participation in Forum on April 7, 2021
What would be the recommended ratio glycine/Lysine in laying chickens and broilers?
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Participation in Forum on March 31, 2021
Reducing Crude Protein diets is an interesting topic, but one that is not practical in all production or situations and is highly influenced by the individual ingredients one has to work with and that is not discussed enough. For example: Most research in that area is done with Corn/soybean meal diets. What happens when it's wheat/ Soybean meal? It can still be done then with small or no perf ...
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Robert Swick Although their considerations are consistent, it must be considered, that in addition to our previous considerations, that the health challenge, mentioned above, constitutes one of the factors, which can compromise the performance of the birds, when the crude protein is reduced. This is due to the fact that the health challenge increases the demand for amino acids considered as non-es ...
Participation in Forum on March 1, 2021
Good day, 100% correct. We have tried lower protein diets in Canada as well, but almost always, higher protein diets are more economical and the performance is better as well. And I've tried supplementing with synthetic VAI as well. What wasn't mention in the article was the protein level in the wheat used, as that makes a huge difference in the ability to lower protein levels and/or performa ...
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