News last update:6 Aug 2012

Kiotechagil launches new enzyme range

Kiotechagil, the international supplier of high performance natural feed additives, has launched Feedzyme, a new feed additive enzyme range that covers nearly all feeding situations.

“Our Feedzyme enzymes offer a unique, environmentally friendly means of improving the digestion of feed, resulting in healthier animals with improved feed conversion, reduced feed costs and improved litter or dung quality,” said Kiotechagil’s Mike Rogers.
The benefits of using enzymes as feed additives include boosting enzyme activity in the immature gut of young animals.  By supplementing existing digestive enzymes the Feedzyme range promotes more complete digestion enabling the incorporation of less digestible feed raw materials, often of cereal origin.  This permits the use of raw materials like DDGS in low energy diets, without compromising overall performance.
Through its new Feedzyme range, Kiotechagil is offering four separate enzymes two of which are thermally stable that achieve better responses in energy limited corn based diets.
Feedzyme: a multi-enzyme complex with high levels of xylanase making it suitable for all rations. Its unique enzyme range helps to improve the digestibility of vegetable proteins whilst β-glucanase helps reduce the viscosity of gut contents thus improving digestion.
Feedzyme –TS: an intrinsically heat stable product capable of withstanding pelleting temperatures of up to 95ºC giving greater feed biosecurity.  Feedzyme-TS is an all-purpose enzyme that has an important effect on improving the digestibility of cereals and cereal byproducts. Current biosecurity issues are leading to higher pelleting temperatures and Feedzyme-TS caters for this trend as its improved stability can translate into longer shelf life making it particularly suitable for feed storage in warmer climates.  The ability to save a post pellet spraying operation removes an important post pellet contamination risk where non sterile ingredients are added after the heat treatment.
Feedzyme – Multi: an effective combination of NSP (non-starch polysaccharide) enzymes including xylanase and β-glucanase with phytase.  The addition of phytase releases phytate phosphorous and other nutrients such as minerals, amino acids and carbohydrates.
Feedzyme – Multi -TS is a thermally stable version of the Feedzyme – Multi.
Both Feedzyme – Multi and Feedzyme – Multi – TS  contain important side chain activities allowing more complete  digestion of the complete feed.
“The new thermally stable enzymes achieve their stability as a result of their specific molecular structure which means an immediate response after ingestion unlike the “protected” enzymes that need some “release time” to free them from their lipid coating further down the gut, said Kiotechagil’s Mike Rogers. “A secondary benefit of the compact molecular structure is that these enzymes are also more pepsin resistant than previous generations of enzymes resulting in higher activity along the gut.”
From a quality assurance perspective these new generation enzymes are easier to analyse using a more straightforward and reproducible assay making tracing and confirmation of inclusion more reliable.

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