Cereals and floral protein in the feed all contain antinutritive materials that cannot be entirely digested by digestive enzymes. The NSP than forms a viscous gel on the digestive tract. The Galli zyme contains xilaz enzymes that unbinds these NSP substance to decrease the concentration of the antinutritive elements. A decrease of the agents inhibiting the feed conversation results in improved feeding parameters. The Gylli zyme a-galactosidase enzyme supplements the animals protein binding capability hydrolyze the floral protein and the protein conversation is improved.
A Galli-Zyme alkalmazásával javul a baromfitartás eredményessége!
100-300g Galli zyme per ton is suggested for all feeds of broilers, ducks, geese and turkey.
Actual dosage depends on the feed constitution.
An enzyme composition specially developed for pig digestion track and for the pig feeding system.
High stability at low pH level.
High activity at low pH level.
High thermal stability.
Beneficial effects of rumino zyme in dairy cows are as follows:
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The project’s total budget is 150 million HUF.
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