[#1/4 An introduction to palatability]
With a heritage of over 50 years, Adisseo has developed different solutions, in particular to stimulate voluntary feed intake and encourage the natural behavior of animals.
Listen to Ab Greven, Category Manager for our palatability business to learn more!
[#2/4 Fundamental principles of palatability]
The sensorial characteristics of feeds and the post ingestion consequences modulate the acceptance and intake of feeds. Do you want to find out more? Listen to our expert, Simon Eskinazi, Global Scientific & Technical Manager for Palatability
[#3/4 Palatability in Swine]
Swine have a well-developed sense of taste and smell, and they are very picky about what they eat! Listen to Luiz Souza, Technical Manager in Asia Pacific talking about how to improve and sustain feed intake at critical points during swine production.
[#4/4 Palatability in Ruminants]
Ruminants naturally discriminate between feeds to preserve their health. They reject bitterness and sourness, but they accept salty and sweet. In nature, toxic plants and substances have developed bad tastes and cows have adapted to avoid being poisoned.
Do you want to know more about how cows discriminate between feeds and how palatability can improve voluntary feed intake? Listen to Sébastien Chaboche, Business Manager for Palatability in Europe and CIS, with more than 20 years of experience in ruminant nutrition.