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06/16/2014

Adisseo launches the Rovabio® Enzyme Clinic, a new tailor-made training in feed enzymes

Adisseo is launching the Rovabio® Enzyme Clinic, a unique tailor-made training session – a balanced mix of scientific lectures and practical exercises on how to […]

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04/02/2014

Sodium Sulphate: a cost-effective source of sodium without chloride

To supply sodium in poultry diets, sodium sulphate is a cost-effective alternative to sodium bicarbonate with positive effects on the Dietary Electrolyte Balance (DEB) and […]

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03/17/2014

Rovabio® is the only versatile enzyme package that optimizes the energy and amino acid digestibility of Soybean Meal.

Rovabio® contains 19 different enzyme activities that degrade a variety of non-starch polysaccharides (NSPs).  Through an extensive R&D program, Adisseo has demonstrated that the addition […]

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02/06/2014

Adisseo held its Expertise Tour dedicated to “Business and Nutrition Tomorrow”

More than 140 participants from the feed industry, coming from 27 different countries, attended the Adisseo Expertise Tour that took place in Belle Eglise, France, […]

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01/27/2014

ADISSEO CONFIRMS THE START UP OF ITS RHODIMET® AT 88 PLANT IN NANJING ACCORDING TO SCHEDULE

The project has been a major industrial challenge, with more than 25 different chemical units

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06/04/2013

The economic value of Rovabio® is all the greater as raw materials are more expensive

NSP Enzymes are known to increase the digestibility of raw materials for monogastrics, such rapeseed meals, DDGS…, offering an alternative to soyabean meals when prices […]

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05/28/2013

Results of a survey on the nutritional value of soya bean and rapeseed meals and cereals for animal nutrition by Adisseo

  A survey on the nutritional value of soybean and rapeseed meals and wheat and corn for monogastric feeds has been conducted by Adisseo. Results […]

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05/22/2013

Improve health management of pigs by gaining homogeneity with a versatile enzyme

Recent trials confirm that the introduction of a versatile NSP (Non-Starch Polysaccharides) enzyme in pig diets, improves performance and homogeneity of animals from weaning to slaughter. […]

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