Oscar Briceño
BSc. cMSc (Nutrition and statistics)
Nutrition Consulting. Feed formulation for non ruminants species Professor at Universidad Nacional Agraria. La Molina Teaching experiences. Consulting at FAO
BSc. cMSc (Nutrition and statistics)
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Participation in Forum on May 20, 2019
My comment about the replace was for the affirmation that it could be by one forist, but I am in agreement with Joshua and Martin Smith
Participation in Forum on May 19, 2019
Can you explain how betaine can replace methionine?
Participation in Forum on December 21, 2018
Excellent information. Did you forget about amino acids?
Participation in Forum on December 21, 2018
Excelent information, but what about amino acids
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Dr. John Htoo, Director of Global Technical Support for Swine at Evonik Animal Nutrition, speaks about the main challenges animal nutrition industry faces to have sustainable food production, during CLANA 2018
Participation in Forum on July 10, 2017
I believe that must be a reduction in energy in the feed because of less movement in the cage. What about other nutrients like amino acids, vitamins, for example, biotinI think there were more contributions and opinions about the nutrient requirements.
Participation in Forum on June 7, 2016
Excusame ask about the relationship between the free fatty ácid in the grease or oil to be added to the feed and the metabolizable energy available to the Chichén?
Discussion created on March 10, 2016
Is there any relationships between a high content of free fatty acids in a source of an oil for broilers o layers with less Metabolizable energy? More free fatty acids less energy?. Which could be the limit? Y reaad that a yellow grease with maximimun of free fatty acids of 12% expressed as oleic acid is the same as a soya oil?
Participation in Forum on March 10, 2016
"Increased levels of Free Fatty Acids in fats have show to reduce the digestibility and thus energy content of fats On the average, each increase of 10% in FFA results in a corresponding reduction in digestble energy of 1.3 and 1.5% in weanling and growing pigs, respectively, (Powles, et al. 1995. Journal of Animal Science 61:149) From: Pocket Information Manual 2009. National Renderes Associatio ...
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Location:Lima 34, Lima, Peru
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Professional Title: BSc. cMSc (Nutrition and statistics)