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BOKU-Symposium 2022

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The 20th BOKU symposium Animal Nutrition 2022 had the general topic “Bioactive Substances in Animal Nutrition: Functions and Future”. We were again represented with a scientific contribution.

The current study examined the influence of an encapsulated fatty acid combination and phytogenic additives on certain parameters of the lactating sow.

The new BEWI-SAN Prevent C

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Decades of experience have gone into our BEWI-SAN range.

Carob flour is a new addition to the BEWI-SAN Prevent C formula. Due to its high content of swellable dietary fibre, carob flour has a supportive effect on non-specific digestive problems.

BAT conference 2021

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The Bavarian Working Group Animal Nutrition (BAT) organized its 59th annual conference this year as a digital web conference.

The conference presents latest insights around the general topic of “Feed and feeding with regard to climate relevance and the avoidance of food competition”. We were represented again with a scientific contribution.

Gram-positive bacteria

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Improve gut health and reduce antibiotic use with targeted combinations of medium-chain fatty acids.

Medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA)
and their derivatives are known for their pronounced antibacterial effects against gram-positive bacteria.

BOKU-Symposium 2021

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The 19th BOKU symposium Animal Nutrition 2021 had the general topic “Animal Nutrition between animal welfare and environment protection”.

The symposium was held for the first time as a digital web conference. We were again represented with a scientific contribution.

Encapsulated additives

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The matrix encapsulation process on the basis of hydrogenated vegetable fats allows the use of feed components and active ingredients whose use in unprotected form is not possible or useful or could have negative effects.

In ruminants, these include not only amino acids and water-soluble vitamins, but also other active ingredients which are largely broken down in the rumen without protection.

In monogastric animals, various active substances are inactivated in the stomach or can have unprotected negative effects on feed intake.

Emission reduction in dairy cattle

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Rumen-protected fats (BEWI-SPRAY®) allow an effective energy improvement of the ration without offering a substrate for methanogenic microorganisms. The methane emission is not increased despite a higher energy supply.

BAT-conference: new study presented

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The 57th BAT conference took place in Grub (GER). The general topic was “Sustainable animal nutrition”.

Dr. Michael Hovenjürgen presented our latest study about: “Effects of rumen-stable amino acids”.

BOKU-Symposium 2019 Animal Nutrition | Results

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The 18th BOKU Symposium in Vienna (AT) was under the general theme “Feeding young livestock”.

We were again represented with a scientific poster: “Influence of quality and concentration of calf milk replacers on growth performance of beef calves”.

Rumen-protected active ingredients for dairy cows

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A combination of rumen-protected methionine and lysine makes it possible to optimise protein efficiency and to reduce common protein carriers without performance losses.

An addition of rumen-protected methionine shows positive effects on metabolism and liver health.

BOKU-Symposium 2018: Another 2nd poster award

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The 17th BOKU-Symposium in Vienna (AUT) was under the headline of the “carbohydrates in animal nutrition”.

With our study by Dr. Jan Voss and Dr. Michael Hovenjürgen we were again able to win the 2nd poster price.

BOKU-Symposium 2017: Award for our poster

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The 16th BOKU-Symposium in Vienna (AUT) was under the headline of the “healthy intestinal tract”.

Dr. Michael Hovenjürgen won the 2nd price for his poster. The study was conducted in cooperation with VBZL Haus Riswick, Germany, and the agricultural university of Osnabrück.