Animal Nutrition

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The trace element zinc plays an important role in the nutrition of farm animals. As a part of more than 300 enzymes, zinc is of essential physiological importance within the metabolism of mammals.

Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by moulds present on almost all agricultural commodities worldwide.

The power of phytogenics and their active ingredients has been known for centuries. Inspired by nature, their benefits are nowadays also proven in animal nutrition. Among other important effects, they are able to support a healthy respiratory tract and boost animal well-being.

Protect your raw materials, feedstuffs and vitamins from oxidative changes by avoiding their deterioration in the most effective way.

High-performing animals are constantly exposed to various stressors. Heat stress, mycotoxin intoxications, metabolic stress and impairment of immune function are common worldwide.

Bone demineralisation is one of the main reason for poor performance in broiler combined with a lack of minerals and trace elements.

Intestinal diseases are a health burden for poultry and pigs and affect profitability. Wet litter syndrome is a widespread problem in poultry production which can be caused by poor stable management.

The intestinal microbiota is a complex and dynamic ecosystem. An imbalance can lead to decreased performance in poultry.

The first hours in the life of chickens represent a special challenge due to hatching, vaccination, transportation and housing.

With prolonged production time and increasing age less egg shell stability in layer flocks can be observed. The quality of the egg shell is influenced by several factors, most notably nutrition.

The liver has a significant impact on health and welfare of livestock. The impact of liver function on overall production parameters is often underestimated.

The power of phytogenics and their active ingredients has been known for centuries. Inspired by nature, their benefits are nowadays also proven in animal nutrition. Among other important effects, they are able to support a healthy respiratory tract and boost animal well-being.

Intestinal health is the basis for well-being and good performance of laying hens. However, due to different stress factors such as vaccination, transfer from the rearing to the production facility and medical treatment, the equilibrium of the intestinal microbiota can be disturbed.