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Negative impact of feeding excessive protein to broilers

Feeding broilers with too much protein has three negative impacts, animal nutrition consultant Budi Tangendjaja told Asian Agribiz. He explained that the first is...

Not protein, broilers need digestible amino acids

Having a minimum crude protein level for broiler feed is no longer relevant, according to animal nutrition consultant Budi Tangendjaja. “If we look at...

Regulations should follow scientific advancement

Many countries in Asia want feed producers to use a minimum crude protein level for broiler feed to ensure quality. When did this start?...

Are minimum protein levels for broiler feed still relevant?

Asian governments say that broiler feeds should have a minimum crude protein level to ensure quality. In this podcast with animal nutritionist Dr Budi...

Amino acids should be basis for protein when formulating

The streamed sessions of Asian Agribiz’s 2024 Broiler Feed Quality Conference yesterday drew close to 250 participants from 20 countries. The first of three...

Amino acids should be basis for protein when formulating

The streamed sessions of Asian Agribiz’s 2024 Broiler Feed Quality Conference yesterday drew close to 250 participants from 20 countries. The first of three...

Michael Kidd to discuss amino acid density and protein minimum constraint

Michael T Kidd, Professor of Poultry Nutrition at the University of Arkansas, US, will discuss amino acid density research and share a protein minimum...

Michael Kidd to discuss amino acid density and protein minimum constraint

Michael T Kidd, Professor of Poultry Nutrition at the University of Arkansas, US, will discuss amino acid density research and share a protein minimum...

How low can we go with crude protein in broiler diets?

The Broiler Feed Quality Conference this year will look at ways in which crude protein levels can be reduced without compromising on total amino...

Robert Swick to delve into crude protein

Robert (Bob) Swick, Adjunct Professor at Poultry Hub Australia, University of New England, will present ‘Crude protein, do we need to change the way...

Robert Swick to delve into crude protein

Robert (Bob) Swick, Adjunct Professor at Poultry Hub Australia, University of New England, will present ‘Crude protein, do we need to change the way...

Crude protein measures outdated in feed formulations

Crude protein coefficients can be inaccurate when it comes to knowing the total amino acid profile of broiler feeds, said Matthew Clark, Director at...

Moving beyond crude protein in broiler feed formulations

Purchasing or formulating broiler feed diets based on crude protein content is an outdated concept, says Matthew Clark, Director, FeedGuys Resources, Malaysia. Mr Clark...

Formulate with digestible amino acids, not crude proteins

Nutritionists need to start formulating diets based on digestible amino acids, not crude protein values, said Bob Swick, Adjunct Professor of Poultry Nutrition with...

Digestibility: path to lowering CP in diets without compromising health

When lowering crude protein content in swine diets, farmers must prioritize protein digestibility to ensure they do not compromise pig health. “You can lower protein...

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