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Stresses in poultry production Commercial poultry production is associated with various stresses leading to decrease of productive and reproductive performance of growing chickens, parent birds as well as commercial layers. In general, there are four major types of stress in poultry industry: technological, environmental, nutritional and internal stresses (Surai and Fisinin, 2016a; 2016b; Table 1 ...
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Dimcho Djouvinov Actually in our work we have shown that this is not the case. In a large meta-analysis of more than 60 broiler performance trials we saw no deterioration in protease efficacy at all whether phytase was present in the diet or not. In fact, the right protease can improve access to phytate for phytases by degradation of the phytate protein globoids and may help with amino acid avai ...
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I agree with Fiodor (hello my Friend)- each enzyme works with specific substrate and can destroy specific antinutrients. Protease has also a specific role- working with polipeptides and support endogenous enzymes. In my calculations is usually profitable-allows to decrease AA (including limiting ones eg.Arg-Isol-Hist-Gly which are not always calculated by feed formulators). Low CP/AA diet are not ...
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I have an issue with all these enzymes.They all have matrix to be used while each matrices releases protein and energy.Phytase enzymes have matrix releases protein, energy and phosphorus.When we take take full advantage of each matrix won't there be lower performance.Is it not better to consider each specific nutrient than taking advantage of protein and AA alone in a protease enzymes
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