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Thanks for your question Mr Asad. Though I am not the expert but try to attempt it. As per some studies its 3.48–3.80 g dLys/Mcal (Lysine requirements of young broiler chickens areaffected by level of dietary crude protein by M. Urdaneta et al, 2005)The Lysine ratio in the feed depends upon crude protein%, various protein sources of the diet and least control by energy. Lysine requirement in ...
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M. T. Kidd, I congratulate the team of researchers for the information contained in the article on the reduction of crude protein (CP) in poultry feed. Although the matter was well founded, I would like to make a consideration. In addition to what was discussed, which highlighted the complexity involved in reducing CP in poultry diets, including the need to include some amino acids considered non- ...
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Carlos Martínez AmezcuaHi Carlos, Great point you are making! If we reduce the crude protein and use more crystalline amino acids to satisfy their requirement soybean meal inclusion is decreased. There will likely be less benefit of phytase as there is less substrate (phytin) for the phytase to degrade. I don't have the full answer but I agree that the phytase matrix values will likely be a ...
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The sensorial characteristics of feeds and the post ingestion consequences modulate the acceptance and intake of feeds. Do you want to find out more? Listen to our expert, Simon Eskinazi, Global Scientific & Technical Manager for Palatability
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For me, the particle size of raw materials is very important when producing pellets. Also, the pellet size is very important. So, I propose as follows. 1. The blending ratio must also be good. 2, the combination should also be good. (My suggestion is that the CV should be less than 4.) 3. The particle size should be less than 700 microns for all raw materials. For Grinding, a 2.4 mm screen for ...
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Hi Ewa. Thank you for your comments and you are correct. As feed prices increase, now would be an excellent time to look at those additives that increase efficiency, ingredient bioavailability or have a sparing effect on costly ingredients such as energy or protein sources.
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In the current raw material cost scenario a concept of feed efficiency is an interesting strategy. It is not only the cost of the feed formulae that matters but also how it will perform. The industry has a broad portfolio of additives focused on increasing bioavailability of fats, some aminoacids and proteins. Bioemulsifiers and aminoacids adjuvants can serve as interesting devices in this strateg ...
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Methionine has many metabolic roles, so it is not just protein in milk. In any case if you are interested in raising your milk protein you have to consider also the metabolizable Lysine, the rapport between metabolizable Lys and metabolizable Met and the quantity of metabolizable Lys & Met /Mcal ME.A rough guideline would be a % over total metabolizable protein of 6,8-7% Lys and 2.40-2,70% Met ...
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Hello sir Please share your product details for enhancing the palatability for dairy animal's. We are producers of animal feeds for dairy animal's in name of SOBTI INDUSTRIES. We can reach at sobtigagan@gmail.com
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Thanks for sharing this very nice and informative article regarding the requirement of trace minerals and their role in immunity of cows. Zinc, copper and manganese has understood well by Indian farmers but feeding selenium is still a challenge as overfeeding shows toxicity. It will be highly appreciated if any body canguides us regarding the right dosage of selenium in different phases of cow lac ...
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