Nutriad hosts seminars on AGP alternatives in Malaysia

Swine PoultryMultinational feed additives producer Nutriad has hosted a series of technical seminars on Antibiotic Growth Promoter Alternatives and Mycotoxin Risk Management for producers across Malaysia

As regulations on AGP-s impact the market environment in APAC, Nutriad focused on how producers can maintain or improve production efficiency where use of antibiotics is restricted.

Dr Glenn Alfred Ferriol, area manager at Nutriad for Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia, presented the “Importance of a Precision Delivered Butyrate (ADIMIX PRECISION) in Gut Health of Poultry and Swine” emphasising on the need to deliver the butyrate all throughout the digestive tract.

He presented recent data on the control of Necrotic Enteritis in Broilers, the impact on the Egg production and Egg Shell Quality for Layers and Breeders and the benefit in controlling Salmonella spp and Campylobacter.

Ferriol further presented “The Nutriad Mycotoxin Risk Management Approach for Poultry and Swine,” in which he emphasised the need for a complete approach in dealing with mycotoxin contamination in the raw materials.

The step by step process was presented together with the services that Nutriad can offer, from raw material screening to the application of specific mycotoxin deactivators with the use of MYCOMAN, an application developed by Nutriad aiming to help farmers, feed millers and integrators to select the right mycotoxin deactivator for specific species, age and feeding programme.

Dr Chu Bee Sin, product manager for Pahang Pharmacy, announced that the registration process of the Nutriad mycotoxin deactivators in Malaysia was completed successfully and that the products such as TOXY-NIL, TOXY-NIL PLUS & UNIKE are available in market.

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