It was another great year in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. discussing the latest research, technology and solutions aimed at improving the efficiency, profitability and sustainability of global meat and egg production.
Novus at IPSF
Novus has been a leader in the animal nutrition industry for decades with research as the foundation behind every product and application. With some of the best scientists in the world, Novus’s research and development team continues to push boundaries and discover new ways for producers to improve their efficiency, productivity and overall business success. Gain insight into the latest research being conducted at Novus by attending the IPSF presentations.
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Poster Session - Monday, January 29, 2018, B313 Foyer
Processing and Products
P208, Presented by: Vivek Kuttappan, Synergistic effect of dietary inclusion of organic trace minerals and synthetic antioxidants in reducing wooden breast in 41d old broilers fed diets containing oxidized fat
Metabolism and Nutrition, Vitamins and Minerals
P304, Presented by: Juxing Chen, Effect of chelated copper on growth performance and meat quality in broilers
Metabolism and Nutrition, Enzymes
P315, Presented by: Megharaja Manangi, Comparison of two sources of microbial phytases on performance and bone ash of broiler chicks fed non-phytate phosphorus deficient corn-soybean meal based diets
P325, Presented by: Karen Wedekind, Development of a more sensitive protease model for apparent ileal amino acid digestibility in broilers
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Metabolism & Nutrition - Enzymes, Room B313
8:45 a.m. - T151, Presented by: Frances Yan, Impact of dietary phosphorus and calcium level on phytase efficacy in improving phosphorus and calcium digestibility and growth performance of broilers
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