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The current global crises pose several different challenges to nutritionists all over the world. Many feed components are increasingly scarce. Due to the manifold recent interferences, this shortage unfortunately affects both, raw components such as wheat, corn or even soybean and sunflower meal as well as synthetic nutrients and additives. This results in enormous economic pressure on feed formul ...
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Starting May 1, 2022, Andreas Oebbeke has taken over as head of the Animal Nutrition division at Alzchem Group AG in Trostberg. "We are pleased to welcome Andreas Oebbeke, a renowned and experienced expert, to lead our Animal Nutrition business," said Alzchem Management Board member Dr. Georg Weichselbaumer. "He will take our Creamino® business to the next level and now drive our global gro ...
News published on May 3, 2022
One of the biggest challenges of the current feed industry is to keep the balance between low feed costs and maintaining product quality. One solution to this can be innovative feed additives that can save the body's own energy. The health and performance of farm animals was initially supported by the feed industry in two steps: 1 Step: ... Determination of nutritional requirements and, based ...
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What if we can enrich the embryo already with a quickly available energy source to better secure hatching and the first days in the life? This is possible by feeding the broiler breeder hen with a source of creatine. Creatine might ring a bell to many, as taking creatine as a supplement is very popular among athletes to gain muscle, enhance strength and improve exercise performance. Creatine ...
Participation in Forum on September 24, 2021
Dear Mr. Yaghobfar, Thank you for this very interesting article. We see as well very promising effects of GAA in hens and hatchability. The current “breeder crisis” surely needs good solutions for its challenges. Br Robert
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IntroductionIn late years, genetic studies on broiler chickens for selection of traits such as high growth rate and larger size of the body shows there is a negative correlation between reproductive traits and increasing yield. So that's in the roosters, physiological disorders like decreased libido, decreased mating numbers and reduced sperm production have increased (Dawkins and Layton, 2012 ...
Participation in Forum on June 16, 2021
Dear Minichle Yigrem Gedamu thanks for asking. We have discovered further interesting benefits beyond muscle development, like for instance heat stress mortality reduction. We are present and active in your area. I will put you in contact with my responsible colleague. br Robert
Article published the May 11, 2021
It could be argued that animal nutrition as a global industry really kicked off when the idea of selling supplements to better balance out the nutritional values of feedstuffs began. Clearly, it was a landmark development.Another transformative moment came when the industry began to refine the concept of what it meant to keep an animal health, and to better understand how the proper functioning of ...
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Participation in Forum on March 29, 2021
Dear KootThanks for contacting us. Our partner in South Africa is Philagro. They will contact you right awayBest regards,Robert.
Participation in Forum on February 15, 2021
Dear Vivek, we have conducted quite some research, trials and customer interviews on this topic. I agree with you that wooden breast is an important issue and can be an important cost factor. We found a correlation between bird weight and WB. As a tendency once you are beyond 2,2kg birds, likelihood of WB increases. Furtherly we found correlations between low muscle creatine levels and WB. By s ...
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