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Angel Yeast builds new 5000-ton enzyme production plant

China’s Angel Yeast, through its wholly owned subsidiary Angel Enzyme Preparation, is setting up a new green manufacturing project in Angel Biotechnology Industrial Park,...

Improving pellet quality for better feed performance

Pelleting of feed has many positive attributes, according to Charles Stark, Professor in Feed Technology at Kansas State University, the US. He explained that this...

Important factors to consider when choosing a phytase

Efficiency, ease of use, supply chain, and technological support are key considerations when choosing a phytase. Claire Xu, Feed Digestibility Category Manager at Adisseo, said...

BASF introduces new NSP enzyme

BASF recently launched the new non-starch polysaccharide (NSP) enzyme product Natupulse TS for animal feed. As an endo-1,4-ß-D-mannanase, it hydrolyzes ß-mannans into smaller components, such...

WSP enzymes offer flexibility and security in formulation

Feed processing can destroy a lot of enzyme activity. To overcome this, coated enzymes have been developed, but this is expensive and does not...

Adisseo adds Rovabio PhyPlus to its enzyme range

Adisseo has launched a new addition to its Rovabio range of enzyme products, the new generation phytase, Rovabio PhyPlus. Rovabio PhyPlus is a new pillar...

VTR Bio-tech builds on its expertise in enzyme technology

Guangdong-based VTR Bio-tech, will integrate its feed enzyme business with the industrial enzyme R&D and production business of sister company, Hunan Hongying Biotechnology Co...

Enzyme use has seen a decade of growth

Enzymes have been mainstream feed additives and their use in poultry feed has been rising, writes ARIEF FACHRUDIN. Steve Leeson Poultry nutrition expert Steve Leeson estimates...

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