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Creatine: For a healthy early start

Published on: 10/21/2021
Author/s : By Vivienne Inhuber and Dr. Ulrike Braun, AlzChem Trostberg GmbH, Trostberg, Germany

What if we can enrich the embryo already with a quickly available energy source to better secure hatching and the first days in the life? This is possible by feeding the broiler breeder hen with a source of creatine. Creatine might ring a bell to many, as taking creatine as a supplement is very popular among athletes to gain muscle, enhance strength and improve exercise performance. Creatine ...

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Michael Kinyua Mugo Michael Kinyua Mugo
Bsc Animal Production, MBA Strategic management
October 21, 2021
This is very informative and some good data there for broiler breeders and the effect of additional creatine to hatchability. Thank you.
Do you have any data on trials done on GAA in swine? Please share if you have.
Regards,
Mugo
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Felix Klose Felix Klose
Sales Manager
AlzChem AlzChem
Trostberg, Traunstein, Germany
November 9, 2021
Michael Kinyua Mugo, many thanks for your kind comment! Yes, we do have trial information for sows, piglets, fattening pigs. For further information, I have sent you a message here.

Kind regards
Felix
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