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Article published the July 19, 2016
Soybean products are the most important source of dietary protein for poultry in the US and much of the world. Variation in protein quality among soy ingredients can occur due to processing. Full fat extruded soybeans (FFES) are an alternative to conventional solvent-extracted soybean meal (SBM), but may have higher levels of trypsin inhibitors (TI). The use of exogenous protease in poultry diets ...
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Article published the July 19, 2016
Copper (Cu) has been widely used at pharmacological levels (e.g., 125 ppm) as growth promoter in poultry. However, the mechanism by which high levels of Cu promote growth remains to be determined. It is commonly recognized that Cu exerts anti-microbial effects in the gut but there is not much direct and consistent data showing that Cu alters the population of bacterial species in birds. The object ...
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IPPE 2016 - International Production & Processing Expo 2016
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IPPE 2016 - International Production & Processing Expo 2016
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IPPE 2016 - International Production & Processing Expo 2016
This member gave a presentation on January 25, 2016
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IPPE 2016 - International Production & Processing Expo 2016
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World Pork Expo 2015
Video published on April 15, 2015
Dr. Jeffery Escobar, Executive Manager, Nutritional Physiology for Novus International, discusses how protease enzymes provide solutions to customer pains.
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News published on December 2, 2013
Pigs fall well short of their genetic potential in today's production system – costing the industry millions of dollars in lost performance, according to a swine nutrition expert. Dr. Jeffery Escobar, Senior Manager Swine Research at Novus International, told a group of European producers visiting the company's headquarters in St. Louis, USA, that despite vario ...
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Article published the November 30, 2012
Introduction Heat treatment of soybean meal (SBM) causes amino acid (AA) damage, particularly to lysine. Further, birds and pigs cannot use heat-damaged AA for growth. Lysine is the first- and second- limiting AA in corn-soybean meal diets for pigs and poultry, respectively. Currently, there is no reliable laboratory analysis for the determination of digestible lysine in soybean meal. The objecti ...
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