What is it?
Feed enzymes have been used for many years to overcome anti-nutritional factors and break down indigestible components of the feed, which in turn leads to increased feed intake, improved nutrient digestibility, additional mineral release and reduced energy costs of digestion. Also more parts of the world start to add enzymes as a standard ingredient to the diet and the use of new farmed species (e.g. fish) opens up the market even further. In addition, fuelled by pressure on raw material costs, adding more plant based material in the diets and using alternative (often less quality) protein sources will push growth for the global enzymes market in the coming years even further. Besides the known effects of enzymes, research also has shown that even more effects of certain enzymes can be obtained, sometimes in combination with other feed additives such as probiotics or when added in higher dosages. In this Special edition we delve deeper in the current use of the main feed enzymes, the extra beneficial effects that can be gained, the use in feed formulations for different (new) animal species and much more.
Topics covered (preliminary)
- Effect of enzymes on the gut microbiota
- Application of enzymes in the growing poultry industry
- Enzymes and their effect on feed digestibility and feed efficiency
- Global overview of enzymes market and future outlook
- The mode of action of feed enzymes
- Latest research insights and new trials
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