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ESPN 2019

Novus will discuss latest poultry nutrition trends at ESPN 2019

What are the latest solutions to cope with gut heath issues? What are the goals and approaches for the European feed industry ?
Answers to these questions and many more scientific topics will be discussed at the 22nd European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition (ESPN).

Come and meet our experts to discuss how Novus can support you with the challenges in the poultry industry.


  • Date: June 10 – 13, 2019
  • Location: AMBEREXPO, 11 Żaglowa St., 80-560 Gdańsk, Poland
  • Booth: N°2


As Diamond sponsor, Novus is supporting the 22nd European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition which will be held from June 10 to 13, 2019 at the AmberExpo in Gdańsk (Poland).

As a global leader in animal health and nutrition solutions, Novus International, Inc. is proud to support the global poultry industry and share its latest innovative research findings through a Diamond Sponsorship at the 22nd European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition.

Novus greatly values the opportunity to meet you at this major international event to exchange ideas and knowledge to help support your production in order to meet the ever evolving consumer demands.

The Symposium will be held at the AMBEREXPO Exhibition and Convention Center of the MTG SA Gdańsk International Fair Co.
It is one of Europe’s most advanced exhibition and convention centers which gives the possibility to organize diverse economic, social, scientific and cultural events.

AMBEREXPO, 11 Żaglowa St., 80-560 Gdańsk, Poland.

Novus posters on Enzymes and Pigments:

  • Use of a novel feed additive preparation in broiler chicken: effects on performance and gut health
    M. Castillo, S. Budnik,S. Peris, Y. Frances

    The use of CIBENZA®EP 150 has demonstrated an improvement of the digestibility of protein in poultry diets while maintaining bird production performance. It is a feed additive preparation which combines a heat stable protease (EC with the spores of its production organism Bacillus licheniformis (ATCC 53757). A trial was designed to study the effect of this additive on chicken’s gut health.

  • Quails as a model for egg yolk color prediction in laying hens
    B. Vilà, S. Peris, V. Montoya, D.Ferrùs

    Using quails as a model for poultry production was already evaluated by Wilson et al (1961), and by Nelson (1966) specifically for egg yolk color. More recent references of using quails as a model for chickens’ egg yolk color have not been found. The present work updates the one of Nelson with present bird’s strains and pigments to predict chickens’ egg yolk color from quails’ egg yolk color.

  • An innovative source of natural yellow carotenoids as a substitute to synthetic pigment for broiler skin pigmentation
    M. Castillo, C. Cousin,S. Peris, C. Alleno

    The use of Colortek® Yellow, a 10% natural yellow pigment, delivers a consistent and uniform coloration of egg yolks. A new trial was designed to study the efficacy of this natural yellow pigment for broiler skin coloration versus apo-ester.

Starting on June 11th, click on the logo to visualize the posters:




For more information on Novus ' participation to ESPN 2019, please contact us at info.europe@novusint.com