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Posted 12 Jan in Animal Nutrition

Sodium Bicarbonate – food, feed and more

Not long after, French chemist Nicolas Leblanc produced sodium carbonate in 1791; pharmacist Valentin Rose the Younger discovered Sodium Bicarbonate in 1801. Neither Leblanc nor Younger could have imagined their discoveries’ impact...

Posted 25 Nov in Animal Nutrition

Redox achieves certification with FAMI-QS

In September of this year, Redox achieved certification with FAMI-QS after being certified by DNV Business Assurance Australia Pty Limited. What is FAMI-QS?  The ultimate goal of this Code of Practice is to ensure feed safety by...

Posted 20 May in Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition Insights – Amino acids and feed enzymes supplementation

Could reduced crude protein (CP) diets reduce NH3 emission by 25% in chicken or pig farms? In today’s Animal Nutrition Insights, Redox’s Animal Nutritionist Dr Yumin Bao shares his research on amino acids and feed enzymes...

Posted 16 May in Animal Nutrition

Magnesium sulphate – long history and wide use

Magnesium sulphate, often known as Epsom salt, is a versatile chemical utilised in various markets. With its long history, its use cases are as extensive as they are varied.  In 1618, a villager named Henry Wicker at Epsom in...

Posted 30 Nov in Animal Nutrition

Lysine – Natures essential building block

Lysine was first isolated from milk protein by the German biological chemist Ferdinand Drechsel in 1889 and subsequently manufactured by German chemists Emil Fischer and Fritz Weigert some 12 years later. It was a significant advancement...

Posted 6 Aug in Animal Nutrition

Reduced protein diets – How L-Methionine can reduce N-excretion

There is considerable interest in the development of reduced protein diets balanced with supplemental crystalline amino acids for broiler chickens due to economic, environmental and bird welfare advantages (Moss et al., 2018). However,...

Posted 28 Jul in Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition Insights – A new generation of probiotics

For comprehensive animal nutrition, it is well known that the use of in-feed antibiotics has until now, been the main strategy for controlling Clostridium perfringens- associated necrotic enteritis in poultry production. Recently, due to...

Posted 8 Jul in Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition Insights – Antimicrobial peptides

In today’s Animal Nutrition Insights, Redox’s Animal Nutritionist Dr Yumin Bao shares information on Yeast Peptides and how their inclusion in animal feed can improve several conditions that often affect animal health. Yeast peptide is...

Posted 16 Jun in Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition Insights – Tributyrin feed additives

Butyric acid is an important short chain fatty acid that has antimicrobial activity and is now being widely used as feed additives to control pathogens. Butyric acid is produced within the animal intestinal lumen by bacterial fermentation...

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