Phytase: is the most widely used feed enzyme in the world, included in ~90% of poultry – and ~70% of pig – diets. Feed phytase was first introduced in the late 1980s to control phosphorus pollution and improve nutrient uptake and is now present in over 60% of monogastric feed, and possibly even in a higher percentage of poultry diets.
The latest phytases go one step further, maximizing Phytate destruction and producer profitability.
Enzyme Compounds: Acceptance of feed enzyme technology has increased in the world over the past twenty years. Feed enzymes have become an important tool to increase the nutritional value of feed ingredients, reduce feed costs, improve the environment, all while maintaining or improving animal performance.
INDICATIONS / BENEFITS
- Facilitates endogenous and exogenous enzyme activity
- Releases hidden nutrients for better utilization
- Allows to economise feed formulation-Least Cost Formulation
- Reduces gut viscosity