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A new perspective on sustainability: join us for exclusive insights at VICTAM International

Friday, May 31, 2019


We are delighted to announce that our Global Technical Manager Gilson Gomes has been selected to join a select panel of speakers at VICTAM International’s upcoming Feed Strategy seminar.

Entitled Feed additive solutions for reducing emissions in livestock and poultry production, the free interactive seminar will offer insights into best practices and innovative solutions, in light of increasing consumer and legislative pressure to reduce the carbon footprint of animal production.

Gilson’s presentation, The contribution of exogenous enzymes to sustainable animal production, will summarise the current legislation on phosphorus secretion, and outline the mode of action by which high enzyme doses enable more value to be extracted from feed.

To illustrate this in real terms, Gilson will share the results of a new sustainability study – which demonstrated a 3% reduction in the carbon footprint of broiler production, when our Maximum Matrix Nutrition (MMN) enzyme strategy was applied to the diet.

The innovative MMN application has been precision-engineered to extract maximum value from phytate and fibre. Benefits include significant improvements across nutrient uptake and feed cost savings but the way in which such an application can also help in reducing emissions is now emerging as a key area of interest for producers and nutritionists worldwide.

VICTAM International guests can register for the seminar – which will take place on June 13th from 13.30 to 15.00 in Koelnmesse – for free by visiting the Eventbrite page. Those not attending the event are invited to contact us for more information via email at



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