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.


New research highlights benefits of improved fibre digestibility

Monday, November 28, 2016

Recent results from a trial carried out by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada have shown that application of a fibre pre-treatment to dairy total mixed rations before feeding can significantly increase overall milk production.


Maximise fibre digestion to unlock full beef ration potential

Monday, November 14, 2016

For beef units feeding silage- or moist feed-based rations, extracting as much growth as possible from the fibre in the diet is the key to both minimising feed costs and maximising margins.


Interview: Phytase superdosing enables greater digestion of trace minerals

Thursday, October 20, 2016

As the movement towards lowering inclusion rates of trace minerals in animal feed builds, Ari Kiviniemi and Dr Rob ten Doeschate discuss how phytase superdosing can help reduce mineral supplementation without impacting performance.


Rumen maintenance key to maximising milk from forage for Yorkshire dairy herd

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Maintaining rumen health and function through the use of a fast-acting, long-lasting buffer supplement is key to maximising milk produced from forage for the Studdah Herd in North Yorkshire.


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