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10 Very Useful Facts You May Not Know About Feed Enzymes

10 Very Useful Facts You May Not Know About Feed Enzymes

 

By

Dr Joseph Deji-Folutile 

 

1. The majority of feed enzyme production originates by using both bacterial and fungal microorganisms produced either from submerged fermentation (SmF) or solid-state fermentation (SSF) processes.

 

2. Enzymes play a key role in the animal’s digestive process.

 

3. Although digestive enzymes are produced by the animal itself — or by naturally occurring microbial organisms in the animal’s digestive system — producers have also used exogenous feed enzymes for nutrient utilization and improved performance in animal feed for many years.

 

4. Performance and profitability are often the primary reasons for utilizing feed enzymes

5. In using enzymes in feed, the direct result of enhanced feed digestion is the increased availability of nutrients like phosphorous, carbohydrates and amino acids and, therefore, an increase in available energy as well.

 

6. Feed enzymes also allow for the use of a broader range of feedstuffs that can offer flexibility in the formulation of the diet by using non-conventional sources or alternative raw materials.

 

7. The utilization of exogenous enzymes to make the feed more digestible increases the nutritional value of the non-conventional feed sources for the animal.

 

8. The global market for feed enzymes is estimated to be more than US$1 billion and is expected to grow by another 8% over the next five years.

 

9. Phytase currently holds the largest market share for feed enzymes.

 

10. The poultry industry has been the largest user of feed enzymes, followed by the swine and aquaculture industries.

 

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Dr Joseph Deji-Folutile 

Publisher, Farming Advice Digest FAD 📕 

Founder, WORLD FARMERS CENTRE 

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Critical Factors Responsible For Small Eggs In A Layer Production PART 2

Critical Factors Responsible For Small Eggs In A Layer Production PART 2

By

Dr Joseph Deji-Folutile

 

Introduction 

Egg production can be fun and highly rewarding when things keep going according to plans. But certain happenings can cause worries and frustrations. One of such is when your birds are laying tiny or small Eggs when they should be laying proper sized ones. You are spending money on feeding everyday. THIS MEANS YOU ARE LOSING MONEY EVERYDAY FEEDING UNPRODUCTIVE HENS.

In Part 2 of this important article, I will share three more critical factors responsible for small Eggs in a layer production farm.

 

1. Breed and Strain

The breed and strain of the birds you have can be the reason why you have small eggs. This may not be a problem if that is what you want when you were procuring the day old chicks. But if not, you should do due diligence to ask breeders proper questions before buying their DOC. This is very important and you should never be too busy to clarify this!

 

2. Early Age At Sex Maturity

This is very common especially with some ignorant and hasty farmers who always feed their pullets with broiler starter feeds in order to quicken their growth. But why the hurry when things can ultimately backfire? Please always remember that if you force a butterfly out of its cocoon in order to make it fly, you will truncate the destiny of the butterfly. Do things right. Feed the right feed and let your birds mature gracefully and lay good eggs for you ultimately.

 

3. Low Body Weight Of The Flock

If you are familiar with poultry and general livestock farming, you will note that IT IS ABOUT WEIGHT, NOT ABOUT AGE. When your birds have low body weight, no matter how old they are, the egg laying ability and capacity will be very low. And small Eggs can be one of the consequences.

 

Conclusion

Are your birds affected by the factors above? Get them corrected as soon as possible. Link up with your Nutritionist or expert. ALWAYS BE AGGRESSIVE IN SOLVING YOUR FARM PROBLEMS. Please know that the more you waste time in doing this, the more you are wasting money!

Watch out for the Part 3 of this very important article.

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Dr Joseph Deji-Folutile

Publisher, Farming Advice Digest FAD 📕

Founder, WORLD FARMERS CENTRE www.world-farmers-centre.com

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Critical Factors Responsible For Small Eggs In a Layer Production PART 1

Critical Factors Responsible For Small Eggs In a Layer Production PART 1

Dr Joseph Deji-Folutile 

Introduction

As a poultry farmer in layers production, you cannot afford to be producing small or tiny eggs while you are spending huge resources on feeding and many other expenses.

There are many factors that can cause small or tiny eggs in your layers farm. I will discuss three of them in this episode or Part One.

 

1. Inadequate Water Intake.

Most times, water is the forgotten ingredient even though it is the most important for the poultry birds. Water is needed twice than the feed. Inadequate water intake by your birds can spell doom for your poultry enterprise. Watch out!

 

2. Inadequate Energy Intake

As you know that one of bulk requirements for your laying birds is energy giving ingredients. You should ensure adequate energy intake regularly by working closely with your nutrition expert. Energy intake can be adjusted from time to time based on the weather, so working closely with your experts is wisdom.

 

3. Inadequate Protein intake

Protein intake is a must in adequate quantity and quality. The bulk of your precious money is spent to provide the required protein for your laying birds. Never joke with protein intake for your birds. If you're buying complete feed, always be curious about the protein in your feed. If you're making your feed, give extra attention to use Quality protein ingredients.

 

Watch out for Part 2 of this very important article for your success in Layer Production business. (IT IS A FOUR PART SERIES)

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Dr Joseph Deji-Folutile Publisher, Farming Advice Digest FAD 📕 Founder, WORLD 🗺 FARMERS CENTRE

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