Feed Additive Mythbusters: How Should we Feed Synthetic Amino Acids?

Published on: 08/28/2012
Author/s : Michael T. Kidd (Center of Excellence for Poultry Science & Department of Poultry Science, University of Arkansas,Fayetteville, AR, USA) and P. B. Tillman (Poultry Technical Nutrition Services, LLC, Buford, GA, USA)

Myths that have erroneously limited feed-grade amino acid inclusion in poultry diets have been dispelled in these proceedings by presentation of a historical perspective. In addition, recent research has been presented which has allowed for aggressive feed-grade amino acid inclusion that maintains good bird performance in diets with reduced costs and environmental impact. Namely, in the past 10 to...

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RENEL T CONTRERAS VC RENEL T CONTRERAS VC
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
August 28, 2012

This article helped a lot. Also importers and distributors of amino acids used currently in the market today will have idea on what will be the products they will focuse in the near future.

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September 20, 2012

Dear 
Michael T. Kidd
this article about amino acids help a lot 

thanx

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