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Enzyme effects depend on RM but also depends on the inclusion rate. The dosage itself would depend on the targeted nutrient set in your formula.
The most common solution is to set predefined value (enhanced value) in the RM matrix itself. With this method to find the optimal solution users of LCF would have to test all possibilities with all possible dosages sometimes multiplying t ...
Article published the September 25, 2012
Enzymes are now widely used in animal feed. Various key reasons justify their use. Firstly, enzymes inhibit the action of anti-nutritional factors in the feed, which have an adverse effect on both the animal's digestive system and health. Secondly, enzymes improve access to the nutrients in the feed. Lastly, enzymes compensate for the lack of natural enzymes capable of breaking chemical bon ...
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