Reducing dietary crude protein (CP) levels in finisher pig diets by 1 percent results in an 8 to 10 percent reduction in nitrogen excretion; however, it’s not the protein itself, but the amount, proportion and digestibility and availability of amino acids, which influence performance.
Egg quality declines naturally at the end of a laying cycle as egg size increases. Profitability of keeping hens longer requires nutritional support for egg quality. Diet formulation can influence the size and number of eggs laid. Calcium availability is key to shell strength but trace elements pay a key role in structural development.
A fin de mantener un sistema digestivo saludable, las aves cuentan con una necesidad inherente de fibra. Hay aditivos específicos que satisfacen este requerimiento con un bajo nivel de inclusión y composición garantizada, que mejoran, al mismo tiempo, los indicadores de desempeño en toda clase de aves.
In order to maintain a healthy digestive system, birds have inherent need for fiber. Specific additives meet this requirement with a low-inclusion level and guaranteed composition, while improving performance indicators in all classes of poultry.
The limited digestive capacity of broiler chicks post hatch demands easily digestible raw materials. A diet containing high-quality, functional ingredients provides a good nutritional start in life. However, there are varied opinions on the ability of a diet fed only for a few days to improve growth through to slaughter.