Functional additives

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5 TIPS FOR CHOOSING A GOOD SELENIUM ENRICHED YEAST

5 TIPS FOR CHOOSING A GOOD SELENIUM ENRICHED YEAST

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 07-Dec-2021 | Data Sheet

When talking about organic selenium, the three words “bioavailability, quality, and price” are always mentioned within the first three sentences.

Effect of YeaVita R on rumen internal environment

Effect of YeaVita R on rumen internal environment

Angel Yeast Co., Ltd. | 11-Jan-2021 | Technical / White Paper

YeaVita R is a safe and efficient Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain from rumen, which does not contain any carrier and has more than 20 billion viable strains...

The superpower of a healthy gut microbiota

The superpower of a healthy gut microbiota

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 21-Dec-2020 | Technical / White Paper

The gut of poultry houses a complex and dynamic ecosystem called the microbiota. This ecosystem maintains a symbiotic relationship with the host.

Effect of yeast nutritional factors on immune health

Effect of yeast nutritional factors on immune health

Angel Yeast Co., Ltd. | 07-Dec-2020 | Technical / White Paper

The nutritional status of animals affects their immune functions and resistance to diseases. Hence, nutrition deficiency can cause damage to the animal’s...

Multi-mycotoxin contamination, an underestimated risk

Multi-mycotoxin contamination, an underestimated risk

Wisium (part of ADM) | 01-Sep-2020 | Technical / White Paper

One single fungus can produce different mycotoxins which can lead to several cases of co-contaminations. Various mycotoxins produced by different fungus...

ENHANCING FEED EFFICIENCY IN LAYERS WITH A PROBIOTIC

ENHANCING FEED EFFICIENCY IN LAYERS WITH A PROBIOTIC

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 22-Jun-2020 | Technical / White Paper

Energy is a major driver of feed costs in poultry production. While the energy metabolism is influenced by many factors, the digestive microbiota plays...

Modern molecules to support antibiotic reduction

Modern molecules to support antibiotic reduction

Perstorp | 10-Feb-2020 | Technical / White Paper

Though solutions based on organic acids have been used for various benefits in feed and feed raw material production for decades, the developments are...

Galli Crunch, developed to be better

Galli Crunch, developed to be better

Nuscience Group | 28-Oct-2019 | Technical / White Paper

In commercial hatcheries, chicks hatch over a wide hatching window, depriving them from feed and water for up to 72 hours.

Rumi Start maximally nurtures your young potentials

Rumi Start maximally nurtures your young potentials

Nuscience Group | 09-Sep-2019 | Technical / White Paper

Maximizing efficiency is key for dairy and beef farmers to obtain better revenues. Accelerated calf rearing without losing focus on health issues is vital...

HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD SELENIUM SOURCE FOR YOUR FEED?

HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD SELENIUM SOURCE FOR YOUR FEED?

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 19-Jun-2019 | Technical / White Paper

Nutritionists are aware of the benefits of feeding organic selenium (Se) to animals instead of inorganic, mineral sources. However, when it comes to selecting...

Functional proteins: remove zinc oxide on pig diet

Functional proteins: remove zinc oxide on pig diet

APC Europe | 14-Jun-2019 | Technical / White Paper

The use of Zinc Oxide (ZnO) has been recently restricted at high levels in pig feed by EU regulations, due to concerns on environmental pollution and the...

LIVE YEAST AS PART OF SALMONELLA CONTROL PROGRAM

LIVE YEAST AS PART OF SALMONELLA CONTROL PROGRAM

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 27-May-2019 | Technical / White Paper

Foodborne pathogen control is a multi-factorial issue that concerns the whole poultry production chain, from farm to fork. The live yeast probiotic S....

How to protect probiotics in pelleted feed?

How to protect probiotics in pelleted feed?

Lallemand Animal Nutrition | 08-May-2019 | Technical / White Paper

Increased demand for pelleted feed, with more and more stringent processes, could limit the inclusion of probiotic live yeast in this form of feed.

Effects of GroPro in piglet diets - SDPP replacement

Effects of GroPro in piglet diets - SDPP replacement

Angel Yeast Co., Ltd. | 01-Oct-2018 | Technical / White Paper

The use of sprayed dried plasma protein is commonplace in piglet diets worldwide, but an alternative is available in the form of functional yeast - GroPro....

EFSA's new dossier requirements: benefits or pitfalls?

EFSA's new dossier requirements: benefits or pitfalls?

Pen & Tec Consulting Group | 01-Sep-2018 | Technical / White Paper

With various points being modified recently, it is essential that companies are aware of the changes made to the requirements for introducing a new feed...

Waste in the gut: bacterial peptidoglycans (PGNs)

Waste in the gut: bacterial peptidoglycans (PGNs)

DSM Nutritional Products | 06-Mar-2018 | Research Study

Achieving optimal gastrointestinal functionality is dependent on many factors, including gut bacteria and their host interactions. When peptidoglycan fragments...

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...

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....

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 nutritionally

Steering gut health nutritionally

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...

Risks of mycotoxins in milk production

Risks of mycotoxins in milk production

Innovad | 27-Jun-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Because ruminants consume forages, byproduct feeds and wet feeds, they are exposed to a broader range of mycotoxins at concentrations that are perhaps...

Avian Gout: What’s wrong with my birds?

Avian Gout: What’s wrong with my birds?

Biomin | 20-Jun-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Diagnosing common poultry ailments correctly and precisely can be a challenge even for experienced vets, nutritionists or farm managers. In the case of...

Enhance swine productivity with vitamin D nutrition

Enhance swine productivity with vitamin D nutrition

DSM Animal Nutrition | 01-Apr-2016 | Technical / White Paper

With today’s pig industry facing increasing economic pressure and meat demand, producers are constantly looking for nutritional additives aimed at fully...

Is yolk color related to hens’ health?

Is yolk color related to hens’ health?

DSM Animal Nutrition | 02-Feb-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Consumers relate egg yolk color with freshness and health. Quality-oriented egg producers have to apply high standards of feeding and welfare in order...

Improve antibiotic-free poultry meat production

Improve antibiotic-free poultry meat production

DSM Animal Nutrition | 25-Jan-2016 | Technical / White Paper

As concern over the use of antibiotics in food-producing animals prevails, it is more important than ever for the poultry industry to implement some form...

Carcass bruising: What's wrong with my birds?

Carcass bruising: What's wrong with my birds?

Biomin | 22-Jan-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Diagnosing common poultry ailments correctly and precisely can be a challenge even for experienced vets, nutritionists or farm managers. In the case of...

Vomiting: What’s wrong with my pigs?

Vomiting: What’s wrong with my pigs?

Biomin | 24-Nov-2015 | Technical / White Paper

Diagnosing common pig ailments correctly and precisely can be a challenge even for experienced vets, nutritionists or farm managers. In the case of mycotoxin-related...

Innovation in enzyme development

Innovation in enzyme development

DSM Animal Nutrition | 26-Oct-2015 | Technical / White Paper

This latest whitepaper has been compiled by DSM and Novozymes, DSM’s Feed Enzymes alliance partner.Exploring the world of feed enzymes, the key messages...

Hy-D® in broiler production. The strength to succeed.

Hy-D® in broiler production. The strength to succeed.

DSM Animal Nutrition | 30-Sep-2015 | Technical / White Paper

Accelerating the growth of broilers to meet global demand for high quality, chicken meat yields can contribute to low bone density and lameness, resulting...

The World's First Accelerator For Cows

The World's First Accelerator For Cows

THE WORLD’S FIRST ACCELERATOR FOR COWSOur research shows that neonates hold the key to switching on lifetime performance and as we have already seen with...

Immune Depression: What’s wrong with my pigs?

Immune Depression: What’s wrong with my pigs?

Biomin | 22-Jun-2015 | Technical / White Paper

Diagnosing common pig ailments correctly and precisely can be a challenge even for experienced vets, nutritionists or farm managers. In the case of mycotoxin-related...

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