Fibre degrading enzymes can maximise digestibility and feed conversion
- Improve financial returns
- Equal performance at lower cost
- Reduce waste
Phytate is known to be a potent anti-nutrient, impairing the utilisation of minerals and other nutrients, such as amino acids and energy.
Improved nutrient use, improvement in amino acids, minerals and energy
Monogastrics do not produce fibre-degrading enzymes or enough phytases
The practice of superdosing phytase to target phytate (IP6) destruction has arisen from the industry recognising the nutritional benefits to be had from more complete phytate breakdown.
Recent advances in xylanase research have demonstrated that xylanase enzymes have a role to play in potentiating the gut microflora to degrade more fibre.
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Achieve greater feed cost savings whilst maintaining animal performance by targeting maximum nutrient utilisation
Helping you assess feed quality to optimise animal performance