AlgoFeed+™ Supporting digestive enzymes

AlgoFeed+TM supports enzymatic activity in the intestine

The challenge

Feed efficiency

Farmers worldwide all share one goal: to maximize feed efficiency and optimize farm yield, which is why they need to provide animals with balanced, easy-to-digest feed adapted to their physiological development.

The solution

Optimise the activity of digestive enzymes

Feed efficiency depends on an optimized digestive system, with the effectiveness of enzymes in the small intestine playing a key role. AlgoFeed+TM has been designed to get the most from feed through optimized enzyme activity. AlgoFeed+TM associates clays with different seaweed extracts, promoting contact between nutrients and enzymes.

The results

By ensuring enzyme effectiveness in the intestine, AlgoFeed+TM allows animals to make the best use of their feed. This improvement maximizes performance and maintains a good feed conversion ratio.*

AlgoFeed+TM is recommended in the event of

  • 1

    Poor feed conversion ratio

  • 2

    Use of low-digestible raw materials in the diet

  • 3

    Use of cereal by-products in the diet

  • 4

    To support strong performance

Directions for use

INCLUSION RATE

For swine, poultry and fish:

The inclusion rate can be adapted to different feed and levels of performance (2 to 5 lbs per ton of complete feed).

 

For best results, consult your Olmix Sales Manager for a tailored plan and inclusion rate.

 

 

 

 

Packaging

Press

Latest news

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Seaweed Valorization: from production to application

27-04-2020

Olmix Group’s Scientific Director, Dr. Pi Nyvall, chaired the technical webinar hosted by the European Algae Biomass Association, which put the focus on the relevance of seaweed cultivation and the link between science, technology and business

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Olmix and INRAe: a global partnership for the promotion of algae in sustainable farming systems and plant production

04-03-2020

PRESS RELEASE

On February 25, 2020, Philippe Mauguin, President and CEO of INRAE (National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment) and Hervé Balusson, CEO of Olmix Group, signed a first framework agreement which aims at strengthening their collaboration in the fields of both environment and animal nutrition and health with the shared objective of developing sustainable and economically viable agricultural food systems.