Our customers are eager to learn the fundamental mechanism of our products that can help address their complex animal production challenges. Through these information-sharing initiatives, we addressed our customers’ concerns and recommended the most comprehensive approach to tackle them.
The modern broiler farming industry farms with high precision and intensity. Animals have been selected and bred to be able to perform according to the required production intensity. To achieve that, animal feed has also been concentrated in terms of energy and nutrients to allow animals to perform at the required production intensity.
Our butyrate products have reached its eight generation with reduced butyric smell. The uniform ball-shaped granular structure contributes to better a CV in feed mixing homogeneity test and reduced segregation during transportation. Learn more special features of BTR 98.
The modern desire of health-conscious people is functional food and eggs are considered as a complete food with most nutrients required for well-being. It is not uncommon to find “enriched” eggs in the market nowadays. We can get all sorts of enrichments in our eggs including low cholesterol eggs, vitamin enriched eggs, mineral enriched, omega 3 enriched eggs and many more types of enriched eggs for different purposes.
The intestinal bacteria produce short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), when fermenting compounds that cannot be digested by the animals, such as cellulose, fiber, starch and sugar; and the end-product amongst other SCFAs? – Butyric Acid.
Oils and lipids in animal feed formula are undoubtedly an important source of energy for our animals. Lipids and oils promote the absorption and utilisation of other nutrients and improve feed conversion.
As the era of “Antibiotic Ban” approaches, we can see that many new antibiotic alternatives have risen but all these products have one core component – that is Short Chain Fatty Acids (SCFA). Antibiotics use in feed has been extremely effective because it firstly reduces the bacteria count in the gut.