Methionine (Met) is an essential amino acid in birds and needs to be present in diets because is indispensable for animal maintenance, growth and development. The synthetic form of Met it is typically supplemented to fortify poultry and swine diets.
Teera Tiyasatkulkovit, Technical Services Manager, Novus Southeast Asia and Pacific shares in his technical article published on Asian Poultry September issue 2021 that feed supplementation with Essential Oil containing a combination of thymol and carvacrol enhanced digestive enzyme activities, and improved immune response of broilers.
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.
With the surge in the prices of corn and soybean in the past few months, what can animal producers do to efficiently utilize the nutrients from available raw materials?
Get some answers from the article - Managing High Ingredient Costs to Make More Cents - by Annafe Perino, Product Manager, Novus Southeast Asia and Pacific, published on eFeedlink.
Ermin Magtagnob, Technical Services Manager at Novus International Southeast Asia and Pacific, discusses how the current corn-soybean prices and ratio is affecting animal producers in Southeast Asia Pacific and the role of a protease enzyme to support the use of alternative raw material
Optimal trace mineral nutrition, such as zinc, is essential for the ideal performance of the progeny of broiler breeders. Matthew Bekker reports on a study that evaluated the effect of different zinc trace mineral supplementation sources in the diet of broiler breeders on the epigenetics-related markers of their offspring.