Technical Papers

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Phytogenics as natural performance enhancers

Phytogenics as natural performance enhancers

Delacon | 02-Oct-2017 | Technical / White Paper

Known for a wide range of modes of action, plant-based feed additives are a promising solution for both conventional and antibiotic-free livestock production...

The next step in optimizing profits in broilers

The next step in optimizing profits in broilers

Nuscience Group | 31-Mar-2017 | Technical / White Paper

With the increasing consumer pressure on antibiotic use and new regulations worldwide, the search for alternatives is still ongoing. Nuscience presents...

Instant feed analysis on the farm  

Instant feed analysis on the farm  

Consumer Physics | 13-Mar-2017 | Technical / White Paper

SCiO is the world’s first NIR Spectrometer that fits in your pocket. Ultra-compact, affordable, and easy to use, SCiO revolutionizes the way you analyze...

The Advanced Weaning Program for calves

The Advanced Weaning Program for calves

Ab Neo | 14-Nov-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Is feeding calves high levels of milk really the best way of producing lifetime performance? A new way of using Axcelera-C Save time and moneyNo growth...

Enhance herd efficiency with feed amylase

Enhance herd efficiency with feed amylase

DSM Animal Nutrition | 07-Oct-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Dairy farmers are struggling because milk prices will continue to stay low throughout 2016. There is little desire to further increase milk production....

Babi®: 5-fold approach to keep piglets healthy

Babi®: 5-fold approach to keep piglets healthy

Nuscience Group | 22-Sep-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Post-weaning diarrhea, colibacillosis, oedema disease, streptococcus problems, ear necrosis,… The number of health challenges piglets face is numerous....

Rumen modifier (live yeast) for diet optimization

Rumen modifier (live yeast) for diet optimization

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 20-Sep-2016 | Technical / White Paper

How can specific live yeast favorably modify rumen function? Could it be considered to optimize ruminant diet formulation?Numerous researches demonstrate...

Lameness: What’s wrong with my birds?

Lameness: What’s wrong with my birds?

Biomin | 13-Sep-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Chickens raised for commercial meat production are selectively bred to reach market weight quickly. This rapid growth, however, can place increasing demands...

Steering gut health nutrionally

Steering gut health nutrionally

Nuscience Group | 23-Aug-2016 | Technical / White Paper

- With the decrease in the use of antibiotics, enteric diseases are increasingly causing concern in today’s animal husbandry. The damage to the gut is...

Feathering: What’s wrong with my birds?

Feathering: What’s wrong with my birds?

Biomin | 02-Aug-2016 | Technical / White Paper

In poultry, feathers serve important roles in terms of protection and insulation of the body. While moulting, or renovation of older feathers by new ones,...

Rectal Prolapse: What’s wrong with my pigs?

Rectal Prolapse: What’s wrong with my pigs?

Biomin | 13-Jul-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Rectal prolapse can look quite ordinary but can have a serious impact on animal health. It can prevent removal of metabolites produced during the digestive...

Unlock the potential of starch with amylases

Unlock the potential of starch with amylases

DSM Animal Nutrition | 28-Jun-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Essential to animal metabolism, glucose is ingested in the form of starch, usually from cereal grains in the feed. As most animal diets contain 400-500...