Predictably improving profit with a multi-carbohydrase in fattening pigs
Neutral detergent fibers (NDF) and arabinoxylans (AX) negatively impact the general digestibility, amino acid absorption, and digestible energy in swine diets. Low-cost ingredients like corn DDGS and wheat brans contribute more NDF and AX to the diet than straight cereals. The main way to alleviate this negative impact, whilst at the same time lowering diet costs, is to use a multi-carbohydrase.
New studies are revealing more about how carbohydrases are improving profitability. Rovabio® Advance is the world’s most widely fed carbohydrase. It is a multicarbohydrase produced by Adisseo’s patented fungal organism containing xylanase, β-glucanase and de-branching enzymes just to name a few. Departing from a strong scientific bases, Adisseo have already demonstrated and published about the importance of the specific enzymes listed above, explored the variability of NDF and AX content in raw materials, and the relation between these factors on top of phytase. Once again, we are able to go further and bring to the producer predictable improvement when feeding fattening pigs with Rovabio® Advance by examining how Rovabio® Advance works under different industry-like conditions.