Talaat Mostafa  El-Sheikh
T. M. El-Sheikh Prof. Dr. of Poultry Production, Head of Animal & Poultry Prod. Dept.
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T. M. El-Sheikh Prof. Dr. of Poultry Production, Head of Animal & Poultry Prod. Dept.
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muhammad zeeshan thanks for your message Sir. Should you like to know more about it, you can write me at msoriano@biovet-alquermes.com.
Participation in Forum on September 5, 2021
It is very complicated, so you should calculate the requirement of all nutrients when you want to add an enzyme.
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Participation in Forum on September 4, 2021
This expression is new for me. We need more explain.Is there a formula to calculate it? or is it within feed formulation program?
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That is not true. Matrix values express the amount of nutrients the manufacturer of an enzyme product believes the product can release. All enzymes are substrate specific, so the matrix value will be wrong if you add an enzyme in a diet with no substrate for that enzyme.
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How matrix value of enzymes calculated??
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Matrix values describes the amount of additional nutrients that are released when you add the enzyme. If you study the matrix values for a phytase product you will notice that the manufacturer claims that his product releases xx g of dig. P per kg. feed or is equivalent to adding xx g of DCP/MCP to the feed. If you are studying the matrix values for carbohydrases you will typically notice that the ...
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Dear Martin Smith, after greetings We can discuss in private the vaccination experience in Middle East and Africa countries It would be an opportunity to share with you the concept of vaccination, the expectations, and the possible ways to compare with coccidiostats Regards Amine
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Dear Dr. Tahir Naseem the composition of Pancosma Xtract isCapsicum oleoresin 2 %Carvacrol 5%Cinnamaldehyde 3 %Hydrogenated rapeseed oil 90 %With Following Mode of Actions Capsaicin: - Stimulates the pepsinogen secretion in the proventriculus - As a vasodilator it reduces heat stress Cinnamaldehyde: - Due to Cinnamaldehyde’s inherent intracellular antioxidant activity, it protects the microv ...
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The prices are a moving target. But yes that paper is AUD not Euros. We can say that as time goes by, the purified AA sources will likely get cheaper as demand picks up and economy of scale is realised. The next thing to be considered will be sustainability. On first thought, most will think purified sources will be more sustainable than SBM. However one needs to consider the input materials to pr ...
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Robert Swick . Excellent comment on sustainability, however do not discount the sustainability of the chemicals used to produce the amino acids and vitamins. Many times the production of these nutrients using chemicals is an integrated operation and they used chemicals (by products) from the production of other products. Many times cyanide and HCl acid are in surplus from other reactions. To get a ...
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