Enzymes have long been recognised as a way to reduce environmental impact, improve animal performance, and lower the cost of feed. In general, the use of exogenous enzymes in animal nutrition has been fundamentally based on the destruction of antinutritive compounds, which increases the digestibility of nutrients and improves productive yields. This article discusses new enzyme application strategies to maximize feed cost savings, mitigate phosphorus excretion, and reduce carbon emissions.
Leading animal nutrition and feed additive firm Biomin has launched its newest mycotoxin risk management solution, Mycofix Plus 5.Z with ZENzyme, in select markets across the Asia Pacific region.
Leading animal nutrition and feed additive firm Biomin has just announced the EU authorization of FUMzyme®, the only commercially available mycotoxin-deactivating enzyme and component...
BioPlus®, Chr. Hansen's probiotic solution for pigs celebrates 40 years on the market.