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Article published the October 5, 2023
An experiment was conducted to assess the potential for guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) to spare dietary energy and influence muscle myopathies when included in broiler diets. A total of 1,056 male Ross 708 broiler chicks were randomly assigned to 48 floor pens with 22 chicks per pen. Broilers were fed one of four experimental diets and reared to 50 days of age. Dietary treatments consisted of a contro ...
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Mike Stahl the layer information we have collected is from field trials and not controlled studies. We have observed improved rates of lay in older (>60 weeks) flocks. The CREAmino treatments were only included in layer rations and not in the pullet developer rations. Especially with flocks remaining in production much longer these days, this sort of response could be a real benefit.
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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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The objective of this study was to evaluate if the supplementation of guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) either on top or included with an energy matrix in broiler feed, improves or equalizes the productive and economic parameters in broilers, respectively. The study was carried out in an experimental farm located in the department of Santander-Colombia and lasted 34 days. A total of 1088 Ross 308 AP day- ...
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Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) as a source of creatine.1. Creatine is a naturally occurring component in the body of animals and is a critical component in energy metabolism.2. In contrast to other nutrients, creatine is stored in the muscle and directly reloads ATP for energy supply to the muscle. This is particularly important during periods of high energy demand and prevents the formation of reacti ...
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Omogbemi Benjamin Adeleke Yes it does. Unlike creatine, Creamino (guanidinoacetic acid) is stable during pelleting conditions and is not affected by heat or moisture. There is no degradation of Creamino during pelleting. It is also free flowing and non-dusty so disperses well throughout the feed.
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Omogbemi Benjamin Adeleke Recommended inclusion rate when added "on top" to a broiler diet is 0.06% or 600 g/ton.
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Creamino®, AlzChem’s source of creatine for animal nutrition, is now authorised in the US for use as feed additive for all types of poultry. The extension of the current feed additive status of guanidinoacetic acid – successfully progressed by AlzChem – became effective with publication in the Code of Federal Regulation in July 2021.Creamino® was originally approved for ...
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