Poultry feed analysis

Using the right feed additives to benefit gut health

Econase XT

EconaseXT is a beta 1-4, endo-xylanase enzyme, designed to improve the degradation of dietary fibre to maximise energy utilisation of the diet.

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Signis

Signis is a dual acting combination of xylanase and xylo-oligosaccharide, which accelerates the development of a fibre-degrading microbiome.

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AB Vista launches online dietary fibre calculator to help nutritionists optimise animal diets

We have launched a free tool to assist nutritionists as they formulate animal diets. The dietary fibre calculator uses average values of global raw materials to calculate the dietary fibre content (plus other more in-depth fibre parameters) of finished animal feed.

AB Vista peels back the layers of fibre for animal performance with whitepaper

We have published a new whitepaper called ‘Peeling Back the Layers of Fibre for Animal Performance’ which discusses several misconceptions held in the industry about the complex topic of dietary fibre.

AB Vista publishes ‘An introduction to Fibre Analysis using NIR’

We have produced a new reference guide which provides poultry and swine producers with an introduction to the benefits of moving from conventional fibre methods (i.e. crude fibre and NDF) to total dietary fibre analysis using Near Infrared Reflectance (NIR) technology.


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IPPE 2020: Understanding dietary fibre for improved gut function – Part 1

IPPE 2020: Understanding dietary fibre for improved gut function – Part 2


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