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A combination of direct fed microbials and xylanase, amylase and protease enzymes improves nutrients digestibility, gut health, performance and welfare of broilers

Dr. Yueming Dersjant-Li, will unveil research at AMENA 2015 that shows how feed additives can be used to achieve similar or greater production value to commonly used AGPs. Her talk, entitled "A combination of direct fed microbials and multi-enzymes improve nutrients digestibility, gut health, broiler performance and welfare" will cover: • Why bird gut health is important and the factors involved in achieving /maintaining it. • Research that shows the important part that enzymes such as xylanase, amylase and protease, and Bacillus spp probiotics, can play in establishing and maintaining gut integrity. She also demonstrated that positive results were amplified when these additives are used in combination, particularly in challenge situations. • The economic benefits that Mexican poultry producers can achieve through reducing in-feed antibiotics and introducing enzyme and probiotic combinations.
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Product / service: Probiotics, Combined solutions
Publication date: 22/10/2015
Species: Poultry
Authors: Dersjant-Li Y, Awati A, Evans C, Gibbs, K
Doctype: Conference Presentations & eBooks
Publication / conference: AMENA 2015
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Keywords: bacillus
Production challenge(s): Gut health, Necrotic enteritis (NE), AGP reduction
Diets: All diets
Brands: Syncra® AVI, Enviva® Pro
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