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Dr. Girish Channarayapatna, Director, Nutrition and Technical Sales at Evonik Animal Nutrition, explains this New digital approach presented at VIV Asia 2019, which allow producers to use sensors and software going beyond just gathering data in order to get a better understanding of the condition of their flocks, helping increase the performance or improve uniformity.
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Dr Valeriy Kryukov Thanks for contacting us. We have used our microencapsulation technology to stabilize and deliver enzymes with thermal stability-used in pelleting. Our technology is such that we can deliver high performance particles with varying sizes depending on the desired functionality and request of our collaborating partners. Again, in the space that we occupy, we take the raw enzyme o ...
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Absolutely an excellent tool for the broiler industry. No longer should we be treating flocks blindly!
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Thank you for the kindness. But I needed enzymes for an experiment, but I have no way out since the borders are closed. Does a diet based on processed soy and corn have no effect on broilers? MozambiqueJoão Marime Maquena
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Kapil Manwal It is not ONLY for SBM and trypsin inhibitor. Protease increase all AA/protein digestability from ALL protein sources. The "uplift" is not equall for each AA and each RM, of course.
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Luciano Andriguetto YES, I agree to what you said the biggest advantage of using proteases is to destroy trypsin inhibitors, so whenever you get bad quality soya, you get good results; when you use proteases with good quality soya, we see less results with proteases.
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Luciano Andriguetto Protease is used to increase AA digestability (by 3-5% average) in the diet. It is not only SBM. The additional (side) effect is to deactivate tripsin inhibitors if SBM is not enough toasted/too low temperature. For "properly" toasted SBM the additional effect is not required. But protease-exogenous is still active and required for SBM and other proteins sources to increase the ...
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Once germinated, how does Alterion® work? What is the link between germination and the beneficial effects of Alterion® on animals? Damien PRÉVÉRAUD, PhD, Global Technical and Scientific Manager Health by Nutrition at Adisseo, answers all your questions.
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