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Christoph Hutter This is a good point! Some of the organic acids can be used as an energy source at lower concentrations, or when used in isolation. This difference can even be seen at the same pH with some acids resulting in blooms and others not. It depends on the microorganisms having the molecular pathway to metabolize the acid. As you say, this is not seen for formic acids. And many blends ba ...
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Faisal Sajjad All organic acids are different. However, in terms of the GIT of the gut, acetic acid (glacial simply implies pure acid) does not really stand out. Acetic acid is one of the more dense organic acids, such that on an equal weight basis pure acetic acid delivers comparable acidification potential to roughly 75% formic acid in high pH feeds where full, or near full dissociation can be e ...
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I agree with Joshua Jendza as far as the questions of @Haroon are concerned, I would suggest you to look at diformate molecule and lot of fog will be cleared. Also, the other organic acids do have bacteriocidal and basteriostatic properties but one has to see the MIC especially when choosing a product that contain a mix of different organic acids. From that angle, in those products, none of the or ...
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Dear Olivier, it is just a hypothesis and no research at least to my knowledge has been published indicating the development of resistant strains of bacteria against OA.
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Dear Dr. Muhammad Akram, You raised a very interesting point. The fungi growth is promoted when dysbiosis takes place which occur more often in case of AGP supplementation. The OA supplementation promotes Eubiosis which naturally keeps a check on fungi growth.
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dan hofer although it’s not the silver bullet, I found that birds droppings are more firms and overall litter quality improved with lowering my water’s PH to 3.8-4, and using also some organic acids blends in the feed. It’s a trick more in my sleeve to lower antibiotics use in my flocks. I don’t use BMD or any group 3 preventively since 4 years now with the help of acids.
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Dear George Entz,thanks for your message! The reduction of CP helps definitively to improve gut health and to reduce environmental pollution of ammonia. The reduction of CP shows that non-essential AA like glycine, serine, proline, and glutamine can become semi-essential in poultry diets. Betaine can function also as a source of glycine/ serine. For e.g. in the EU in the organic sector, where the ...
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Ana, Thank-you for your reply. Take Care and Kind Regards,
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Dear George Entz, Thank you for your message!I suppose that you mean as absolut %. First I want to highlight that it is possible to lower the crude protein only when we are adding the building blocks of the crude proteins, meaning the amino acids; the synthetic amino acids need to be supplied and the dM+C level and d.M+C/ d.Lysin ratio need to be kept at the same level. In our trial, we lowered th ...
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Frederic Paris Dear Frederic, you are right but in the case of these acids, there will not much reach the destine. As Ammonium will not help to get over the stomach. Not many acids can go till the destine. In the drinking water, most acids are only used for pushing the pH down. But the new generation can reach the destine and influence it directly. But you need different raw material and always ac ...
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