Clementine Marien
The Company Working at the crossroads of nutrition and health we are committed to delivering future evidence-based solutions that enhance animal health and performance, including : Improvements in digestibility and bioavailability, for better feed efficacy and performance. Cost-effec...
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Dear Paul, thank you for your comment. This specific trial targeted young stage animals, and to demonstrate scientifically the effects of the yeast functional protein in the gut health, when formulating with increased plant proteins. I do agree that running a full cycle trial would amplify the negative impacts from gut inflammation and reduced digestibility of amino acids. In our approach, the lab ...
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Very interesting.
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Really informative article. Let's take a moment and appreciate the hard work of authors.
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Dear Ulrika, Feeding Starch is required in formulation but will depend on the conditions or environment as well type of cattle. According to my experience is not the same fattening bulls starch requirements than milking cows with 30-40Lt, as well if in is hot environments where I will arrive at list minimum 22 to 30%as maximum. In a temperate condition where you are using grazing system for fatten ...
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Ulrika Brandt Dear Ulrike , thank you for your interest in our article. We discussed with Prof Formigoni and he will be more than happy to discuss the trial with you in more detail. Kind regards, Clementine
Participation in Forum on September 18, 2020
waqas ahmad Dear sir, thank you for your reply on our article.Feeding enzymes to ruminants is not a new approach. This approach exists for many decades, but the results so far are very controversial. An efficient approach is to use enzymes to pretreat the forages (hay and silage) before feeding them to the cow. The rationale behind that is that the enzymes degrading fiber need a specific condition ...
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it is a thought-provoking effort in explaining the role of fiber digestibility ultimately related to milk yield increase. Please keep it up.
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Very interesting and valuable video, Whether it will be helpful on White gut / White feces diseases in shrimps..
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Very interesting and good technology
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