Feed costs play an important role in animal production's profitability. High-fibre feed ingredients can substantially reduce feed costs; however, adding these ingredients makes the diet more nutritionally complex. The Increase in fibre and protein anti-nutrients, as well as providing more indigestible protein and amino acids, can lead to reduced animal performance and increased environmental pollution.
In addition, the inclusion of grain by-products in the diet also reduces the inherent digestibility of dietary protein, amino acids, and starch levels. Due to these challenges, the animal increases endogenous secretions, which raises its maintenance energy and protein requirements. The harmful effects posed by these factors can outweigh the economic benefits of incorporating low-cost by-products into feed formulations.
Many characteristics should be considered when choosing an ideal feed cost-reduction solution:
Fullzyme® Ultra reduces feed cost by maximizing feed digestibility and optimizing nutrient availability. The mixture of endogenous enzymes like protease, lipase and amylase enhances the animals' digestion at an early age to fulfill the gap of insufficient endogenous enzyme activity. On the other hand, exogenous non-starch polysaccharides enzymes break down antinutritional factors in feed raw materials and prevent viscosity. As a result, Fullzyme® Ultra maximizes digestion and utilization of feed carbohydrates, protein and lipids.
Biofeed's enzymes are produced using multiple sources of fungal and bacterial strains. Each enzyme is processed in separate fermentation tanks to ensure a higher purity and activity.