Matthew Bekker
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...
Video published on March 22, 2022
Copper is very useful for young animals’ gut health, particularly for the integrity of the small intestine. In this final Young Animal TechTalk, Matthew Bekker, Technical Services Manager for Novus Southeast Asia and Pacific, shares how copper in chelated form is highly valuable to chick’s and piglet’s epithelial cells and villous structure.
This member gave a presentation on February 8, 2022
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33rd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium
Article published the October 15, 2021
Wooden breast (WB) is a degenerative myopathy seen in modern broiler birds resulting in quality downgrade of breast fillets. Affected filets show increased toughness both before as well as after cooking and have decreased water holding capacity and marinade pick up compared to normal fillets. Although the exact etiology is unknown, the circulatory insufficiency and increased oxidative stress in th ...
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Video published on March 19, 2021
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
Video published on August 4, 2020
High quality eggs begin with a well-structured hen nutrition program. Learn how MINTREX® chelated trace minerals can ensure a constant production of high quality eggs throughout the laying cycle by supporting eggshell strength and reducing broken eggs.
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