Intestinal health comprises a wide range of areas, but in this technical article published on Asian Pork, Annafe Perino, Product Manager, Novus Southeast Asia and Pacific focuses creating a good balance in the gut microbiome of young pigs.
Novus International recently organized four webinars under the Young Animal Nutrition Series. The objective of these webinars was to share the importance of focusing on early animal production stages and the nutritional practices suitable for young animals. The key industry opinion leaders who were speakers during the webinars included Dr. Francesc Molist from Schothorst Feed Research, Dr. Rommel Sulabo from the University of the Philippines Los Banos, Dr. Megan Edwards from Integral Nutrition, Rick Kleyn from Spesfeed Consulting and Peter Chrystal from Poultry Research Foundation.
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An exogenous protease enzyme helps get animals off to the right start by improving the digestion of proteins and amino acids, helping make valuable nutrients more available for growth and performance, while minimizing the negative effects of undigested protein in the hind gut explains Annafe Perino, Product Manager, Novus Southeast Asia and Pacific.
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