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International summit highlights the value chain of phytate destruction and the role it plays in precision nutrition

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

The opening of the 3rd International Phytate Summit (IPS3) today in Florida, USA, saw nutrition experts from around the world discuss the latest research on phytate and its multi-factorial impact on animal production.

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New technologies for feed production presented at AB Vista’s WNC Pre-Conference Symposium

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

A number of new nutritional strategies were discussed at the Western Nutrition Pre-Conference Symposium, hosted by AB Vista in collaboration with Robinson Bioproducts Incorporated.

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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.

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Advancements in feed analysis by NIR set to deliver greater benefits to feed formulation

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

New developments in Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR) technology are unlocking greater insights for the feed industry, which should mean improved returns for producers.

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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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