phytoconcentrate herbal on broiler performance

Forum: Comparative efficacy of supplementation of phytoconcentrate herbal preparation and synthetic amino acid on broiler performance

Published on: 07/09/2012
Author/s : A. B. Kanduri, N. Z. Gaikwad, V. K. Mugale, Shivi Maini and K. Ravikanth
IntroductionMethionine, choline and Lysine are universally recognized as the most two limiting amino acids in broiler diets based on corn and soybean meal (Baker, 1997; Han and Baker, 1991). The supplementation of broiler feeds with these amino acids is very common in the poultry industry. However, Synthetic methionine and choline are metabolized into highly toxic compounds such as methylpropionat...
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Evonik Animal Nutrition Evonik Animal Nutrition
Rellinghauser, Hessen, Germany
July 10, 2012

Dear Authors, 

Good article about phytoconcentrate herbal nd synthetic amino acid on broiler performance.The Ayurvet product seems to have mixture of some herbs claiming to have activity of Choline, methionine, Lysine and Biotin. Choline, methionine, lysine and biotin have different roles in the body and how can a single product perform all these functions? Additionally, could you please state the concentration of Choline, Methionine, Lysine and Biotin of this product?

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July 10, 2012
Dear Reader,

The product is a mixture of some SPECIFIC HERBS in a PARTICULAR RATIO & PROPORTIONS with a scientifically well known & proven acitivity of that of 4 different amino acids for which references are quoted in the research paper.

Please refer the results and discussion in detail to compare the effects of herbal product vs. synthetic additives to clarify how a single product can replace all amino acids.

You may also communicate with first Author Dr. A.B. Kanduri, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Animal Nutrition, Veterinary College Udgir, Maharashtra, email adress: drajaykanduri@gmail.com for further clarifications about the experiemental study and results of herbal product.

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Evonik Animal Nutrition Evonik Animal Nutrition
Rellinghauser, Hessen, Germany
July 10, 2012
Thank you, I would definitely contact Dr. Kanduri for further clarification. However, I feel that the ratio and proportion that you are referring to should have been quoted in the above paper for the purpose of clarity.
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October 1, 2012

Dear author, shive, thank you for giving this useful information to all those people who likely to rear&eat organic meat& eggs.

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