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Executive Talk


October 12, 2018

 

AB Vista explores opportunities for profitability with new enzyme application at Eurotier 2018

 

 

Exploring unexploited opportunities for enzymes to improve profitability is the focus for animal nutrition technology company AB Vista, at this year's EuroTier animal production trade fair.

EuroTier takes place in Hanover, Germany, on November 13-16.

 

"Producers, nutritionists and suppliers continue to actively seek out ways to ensure incremental gains from their feed, whether this be through performance improvements or a reduction in feed cost," said Juan Ignacio Fernández, EMEA director for AB Vista.

 

Visitors to AB Vista's booth (Hall 20, Booth C19) can find out about a new enzyme application called "Maximum Matrix Nutrition" that serves to deliver maximum phytate breakdown whilst reducing viscosity and increasing fibre fermentability. The net result is improved nutrient utilisation and a significant improvement in amino acids, minerals and energy, meaning diets can be formulated with higher nutrient credits, thus delivering considerable feed cost savings.

 

"Superdosing was relatively effective amongst integrators who can see the value in improvement in performance, but what feed compounders and many other producers are looking for is the same performance with cheaper feed – and that's what Maximum Matrix Nutrition is all about," Dr. Rob ten Doeschate, AB Vista technical director (EMEA), explained.


Visitors to the company's booth will also be able to pick up a copy of the company's EMEA Phytate Reference Guide – a first for the animal feed industry. The guide will contain details of phytate levels for a range of raw materials available across the region.

 

 - AB Vista

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