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November 5, 2018

 
Adisseo releases latest edition of Methiopedia

 

 

 

Adisseo has released its latest edition of Methiopedia, the reference guide on methionine forms, used in animal feeds.

 

The book provides a complete description of the three forms of methionine: L-Methionine, DL-methionine and OH-Methionine with their characteristics and properties. It also compiles trials results on nutritional and technological aspects. Compared to the first edition, this new book is enriched with another five years of research, scientific review and increased knowledge in methionine.

 

Metabolism, utilisation of methionine forms by animals and also formulation considerations are covered in this new release of Methiopedia. New data on the comparison of methionine sources can also be found: trials comparing L-Methionine, DL-Methionine and OH-Methionine in broilers, trials on ducks, swine, literature review of the comparions of methionine sources in fish species, etc.


Technology is also at the heart of this new edition. Methionine distribution equipment, recommendations on their maintenance, specific results obtained for liquid OH-Methionine like energy savings during pelleting, are presented among other subjects.

 

The book is intended for nutritionists, purchasers, formulators, quality and technical managers within the premix and feed industries, as well as students, who want to enhance their knowledge of methionine and its use.

 

Adisseo customers can get a copy of this book by contacting their local sales representative. More information can be found on the feedsolutions website: https://feedsolutions.adisseo.com/en/products/rhodimet/methiopedia-the-technical-reference-book-of-methionine-a-new-edition/

 

The book will be presented at EuroTier at Adisseo's booth D39-E38, Hall 2.

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