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Interview: How nutritional strategies could mitigate woody breast syndrome

Friday, February 10, 2017

Woody breast remains a condition about which we have more questions than answers. AB Vista's Dr Tara York and Dr Casey Owens from the University of Arkansas discuss the research and the prospect of managing this syndrome through nutritional strategies.

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Changes to nutrition strategies could reduce woody breast

Monday, January 16, 2017

AB Vista Technical Manager Dr Tara York explores the latest approaches to countering the effects of woody breast in poultry.

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Academia and industry determined to unlock animal performance gains through precision nutrition

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

New discoveries in the science that underpins feed efficacy could bring significant value to the animal feed industry, according to academics and researchers at a recent industry summit.

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Amino acid utilisation and the value of phytase highlighted as the International Phytate Summit comes to a close

Thursday, November 10, 2016

The International Phytate Summit concluded today with industry leaders discussing the anti-nutritional impact that phytate can have on protein digestibility, and the positive influence of phytase on amino acids.

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Formulating minerals will focus on precision nutrition in pigs, poultry and aquaculture – International Phytate Summit

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

New research into how essential minerals such as zinc, copper and calcium interact with other feed ingredients could unlock greater efficiencies in animal nutrition, according to feed industry representatives.

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