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Prince Manu-barfo
Master of Philosophy in Animal Science (Animal Nutrition)
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Master of Philosophy in Animal Science (Animal Nutrition)
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Dear Juarez Donzele, I have to admit that I haven't followed the entire discussion herein but noticed the statements on D-isomers of amino acids. Indeed, the nutritional value of D-Lys (and others) is very limited in farm animals and therefore all supplemental amino acids - except methionine - are available as L-isomer only. Methionine indeed behaves different and as the D-isomer of methionine is ...
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5-6 years ago, this topic was very hot in the market. We collected some sample of different sources of Herbal-Met and analyzed them. Although we know the content, but in order to check them in real situation, we conducted couple of well-organized university trials “comparing Herbal-Met and DL-MET “. Herbal-Met had zero effect on chicken performance. For example analytical report of one the sample ...
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This video is factually incorrect. Methionine is an essential amino acid, meaning that in higher animals it cannot be synthesised; it must be consumed within the diet. Plants and micro-organisms can synthesise methionine. Whenever a properly designed and conducted comparison trial is conducted, the equivalence of these herbal products is invariably around 3%. In other words, they are NOT effecti ...
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Dr. Girish Channarayapatna, Director, Nutrition and Technical Sales at Evonik Animal Nutrition, explains this New digital approach presented at VIV Asia 2019, which allow producers to use sensors and software going beyond just gathering data in order to get a better understanding of the condition of their flocks, helping increase the performance or improve uniformity.
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Carlos de La Cruz, Global Expert of Egg Production at Evonik Animal Nutrition, offers some suggestions to achieve gut health in layers, during the Congresso de Ovos APA 2019 in Brazil
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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
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ConclusionThe present study conducted at Schothorst Feed Research resulted in an average bioavailability of MHA-FA and diluted DLM65 of 65% and 61%, respectively compared to MetAMINO® considering the overall growth and carcass parameters.These results demonstrate that the relative bioavailability of MHA-FA is significantly lower than its active content of 88% and consistent with the 2018 EFSA ...
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An interesting study, considering the fact that not a lot has been done on layers in this regard. The findings are not surprising to me, though. Well done Carlos!
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Three recent feeding studies confirm that supplying laying hens with adequate dosages of a methionine is necessary to optimize performance, but moreover, products of the methionine-hydroxy analog (liquid MHA-FA; MHA-Ca) are interchangeable with DL-methionine at a ratio of 100:65, without having any negative effect on egg production performance. Assessment of the relative bioavailability of MHA pro ...
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Professional Title: Master of Philosophy in Animal Science (Animal Nutrition)