Evonik Animal Nutrition: Facts &  Figures

Facts & Figures


Facts & Figures are scientific papers that present the results of trails - for those who like to gain deeper insight.


Facts & Figures

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F&F Aquaculture No. 1631 | Nutritional value of AQUAVI® Met-Met in whiteleg shrimp  (pdf, 338 KB)

Thailand study confirms nutritional value of AQUAVI® Met-Met is two times higher than DL-Methionine is two times higher than DL-Methionine and three times higher than HMTBa-Ca in whiteleg shrimp grown under pond conditions.

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F&F Aquaculture No. 1632 | Fish meal reduction in whiteleg shrimp feed with AQUAVI® Met-Met  (pdf, 325 KB)

Fish meal can be successfully reduced in whiteleg shrimp feed by supplementing with AQUAVI® Met-Met – Evidence from Indonesia.

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F&F Aquaculture No. 1633 | The effect of dietary methionine levels on growth performance of juvenile Nile Tilapia  (pdf, 538 KB)

The effect of dietary methionine levels on growth performance of juvenile Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fed diets with two different digestible energy levels.

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F&F Aquaculture No. 1634 | Nutritional value of AQUAVI® Met Met in whiteleg shrimp (commercial production)  (pdf, 349 KB)

Nutritional value of AQUAVI® Met Met relative to L-Methionine in whiteleg shrimp grown under commercial production conditions in Indonesia.

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F&F Aquaculture No. 1635 | Effects of dietary amino acid profile and feeding levels (common carp)  (pdf, 333 KB)

Effects of dietary amino acid profile and feeding levels on the gowth performance of common carp under Eurpopen production conditions.

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F&F Poultry No. 15123 | Comparison of of met sources in broiler diets under common Russian feeding conditions  (pdf, 288 KB)

Birds responded to the supplementation of methionine to a common Russian broiler diet regardless of the met source. 100 parts of MHA-Ca can be sucessfully replaced with 65 parts of DLM without any loss in productive performance.

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F&F Poultry No. 15124a | Effect of coccidial challenge to AA digestibility and enodgenous AA losses  (pdf, 285 KB)

Effect of coccidial vaccine on illeal endogenous amino acid flow and standadized amino acid digestibility in 21 an 42-d-old broilers.

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F&F Poultry No. 15130 | Crude Protein reduction in peaking laying hens  (pdf, 282 KB)

Crude Protein reduction to 16.0% in diets with 2826 kcal in laying hen diets is possible without affecting the laying hen performance when diets are adjusted according to the Ideal Protein profile recommended by Evonik.

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F&F Poultry No. 15131 | Crude Protein reduction in peaking laying hens in a Chinese diet  (pdf, 284 KB)

Crude Protein reduction to 15.0% in diets with 2629 kcal in laying hen diets is possible without affecting the laying hen performance when diets are adjusted according to the Ideal Protein profile recommended by Evonik.

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F&F Poultry No. 15146 | Germination of Bacillus subtilis DSM 32315 (GutCare®) spores in digesta from broilers  (pdf, 332 KB)

Germination of Bacillus subtilis DSM 32315 (GutCare®) spores in digesta from broilers undergoing a Necrotic Enteritis challenge.

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F&F Poultry No. 15147 | Bacillus amyloliquefaciens CECT 5940 (Ecobiol®) expresses quorum quenching activity  (pdf, 367 KB)

Ecobiol® prevented the production of violacein demonstrating the quorum quenching activity on C. violaceum CV026, using either C6 HSL (homoserine lactone) as a substrat.

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F&F Poultry No. 15156 | Protein reduction in broiler diets  (pdf, 445 KB)

Protein reduction in broiler diets allowed for high performance while litter volume and N-excretions were decreased by more than 25 % and foot pad quality was improved.

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