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Dear Sirs, thank you for this paper. However, there are many pieces of information missing that make it difficult to make correct conclusions. First is a gross analysis of the two soya products, in particular the oil content, with its direct impact on AME evaluation. Next is an indication of either the anti-nutrient (trypsin inhibitor) levels in the two materials; or a measure of potential heat-da ...
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Hello and thank you for reading the article, you are right. We, poultry nutritionists, need to provide practical and desirable methods in these crises.
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Katia mohand oussaid Hello. If you send me a message with your contact information, I can connect you with a Novus representative.
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Juarez Donzele I tend to agree. I think there is a lot of focus on reduced protein without regard for economics and performance. And in the real world, we have challenges with Eimeria and Clostridium not to mention viruses and parasites. When there are GIT challenges, having less undigested protein reach the hindgut is advantageous as there will be less ammonia produced. Ammonia increases pH and f ...
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6 tips on how to choose the best SBM for you - Claire Relandeau, Lihong and Luiz Waldemar explain from the different points of view of business, quality and technical how finding out the best SBM for your organization, which obviously depend on what you need and want to achieve.
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I agree with you and never forget the matrix for sodium because sodium excess can affect kidney performance but I don't consider the phytase matrix for amino acids because it is not really clear how much amino acids can be bonded to phytase and, on the other hand, if you add 0.02 % more amino acids it is not harmful.However, if you don't consider calcium in matrix of phytase, the ratio of ca/p can ...
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Michaela Braun (Kansas State University) presented her results on this research regarding the use of added enzymes in broilers, during IPPE 2020 in Atlanta, USA.
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Daniel Mc Elroy!Dear Sir! Various technological treatments do not reduce the concentration of mycotoxins in feed. The content of mycotoxins on the grain surface can be slightly reduced as a result of irradiation with ultraviolet or treatment with ozone or ammonia gas. But these techniques are only suitable for the laboratory.
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