Enzyme Applications in Animal Feed is the most significant animal production efficiency improvement technology in over 2 decades.
Technological breakthroughs have led to economical production and use of purified enzymes, allowing targeted formulation of enzyme/s combinations specifically designed to digest known fibers of individual ingredients and corn-soy rations in a quantifiable, measureable and visible effect.
Targeted Enzyme impact is characterized by
The technology is particularly attractive to major feed importing countries, as it allows maximized utilization of locally available, and cheaper, agricultural byproduct ingredients (copra meal, palm kernel meal, rice bran, etc.) , without the usual negative performance effects typical in high byproduct incorporation, and at similar, or better, performance results as/better than corn-soy.
The Cost and Effect ratio (enzyme treatment cost against computable improvements) is better than 1:5.
Enzymes, being biological materials, must be technically and appropriately understood in order for their feed applications to be effectively formulated and implemented.