Feed enzymes help meet consumer demand for safe, high quality and affordable Food. Since the late 1980s, feed enzymes have played a major part in helping radically to improve the efficiency of meat and egg production by changing the Nutritional profile of feed ingredients.
By targeting specific anti-nutrients in certain feed ingredients, feed enzymes allow pigs and poultry to extract more nutrients from the feed and so improve feed efficiency. They allow the feed producer greater flexibility in the type of raw materials that can confidently be used in feed formulation. In addition, feed enzymes play a key role in reducing the negative impact of animal production on the environment, by reducing the production of animal waste.
BACTOZYME is a liquid concentrated enzyme, whose main activities are xylanase, Amylase, phytase, Proteases, and Cellulase.
Mode of Action
- Improving the nutritive value of feeds containing different types of cereals (wheat, corn, barley, triticale, rye, oats, etc.) and oil plants meals (soybean, sunflower, canola, etc.)
- Reduction of the viscosity of chyme in the intestine.
- Reduction of free ammonia in the litter.
200 ml/t of feed for all species.
1000 ml plastic bottel.