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April 13, 2018

 

Nuscience launch new additive for turkeys at event

 

 

 

On March 19-20, Nuscience held an industry platform on turkey nutrition at its headquarters in Drongen, Belgium. The company also launched a new functional additive under the brand of S-prove®.

 

By bringing together highly recognised turkey experts from all over the world, Nuscience created a knowledge-sharing event on successes and challenges in turkey rearing and nutrition. Curtis Novak and Barry Koppen from Purina feed mills, who have extensive experience in feeding turkeys, were the main speakers. Most of the important turkey-producing regions were represented by at least one reference company. Among the 30 attendees, companies like JBS (Brazil), Deuka (Germany), Veronesi (Italy), Agrifirm (Poland) and Megamiks (Russia) were present and had the opportunity to bring their knowledge about the turkey business to a higher level.

 

As part of the Royal Agrifirm group, Nuscience has gained a lot of experience in the turkey industry. This resulted in the launch of the new functional additive under the brand of S-prove. S-prove Turkey provides the bird with a high level of safety leading to a more profitable and sustainable production cycle. S-prove combines three synergistic strategies to safeguard the overall health and immunity of these extremely vulnerable birds: (i) a strong direct antibacterial effect; (ii) agglutination of pathogens resulting in their washing out from the gut; and, (iii) specific selected nutrients which decrease the flow of toxins, bacteria and antigens to the blood.

 

All the attendees were said to be very satisfied with the outcome of the meeting. One attendee was quoted as saying: "I came to the meeting because I was very curious, and I am going back now very satisfied and with a lot of new insights."

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