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.
Around the globe, anticipated changes in livestock feed mineral inclusion regulations are shaking up historical approaches to mineral supplementation. This has led many to question not just how much mineral to add to various livestock rations, but also their source.
Dr. Silvia Peris, Head of Technical Services in Europe and Middle East at Novus International, highlights how Novus showed the effectiveness of using quail eggs as a predictor for egg yolk color in layer hens, at the 22nd European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition (ESPN) in Poland
Novus to Share Findings on Performance, Feed Quality and Gut Health at Annual Science Meeting