Danisco – Solutions to Improve your Profits and the Environment
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Danisco Animal Nutrition research, develop and manufacture enzymes, betaine and probiotics to ensure healthy nutrition solutions for the most relevant issues faced by the global feed industry. Our products are backed up by extensive research and are produced in our own manufacturing facilities throughout the world to the highest production standards. We believe in working in partnership and have developed a range of services to ensure a high degree of customer satisfaction and enhanced profitability.
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Boost your risk management capability with enzymes – Jones, G., All About Feed.net – Vol 2 – Nr 2 – 2011. Risk management is a hot topic and companies in most industries are assigning resources to risk management. Enzymes offer an effective tool in risk management strategies to counter raw material price volatility in the animal feed industry…More
Don’t be a victim of price volatility – Jones, G., Western Hog Journal, Spring 2011. The swine industry carries more uncertainty than in previous years, with higher volatility particularly in relation to inputs. Risk management is becoming a hot topic and the ability to make smart decisions about which tools and technologies best support risk management efforts…More
Feeding DFMs offers piglets a healthy start - Jones, G., Feedstuffs, October 25, 2010. Supplementing sow feed in late pregnancy with a direct-fed microbial product based on Bacillus subtilis spores helps establish beneficial bacteria into the piglet’s gut more quickly...More
How to get more meat from wheat – Jones, G., Pig World, February 2010. You don’t have to let variability in wheat translate into variability in pig performance…More
Profitable use of new enzymes in pig production - Partridge, G., International Pig Topics, Vol. 24, #2. To fully exploit the genetic potential for lean growth of modern pig genotypes will require a multi-disciplinary approach…More
When a little means a lot – getting the best from high-fibre feed ingredients - Hruby, M., Western Hog Journal, November 2008. Feed prices at an all time high. Swine prices constantly under pressure. Biofuel production competing for grain supplies…More
Feed enzyme technology aims to reduce feed costs – Partridge, G., Feed International, April 2008. Pig producers and feed manufacturers can match enzyme inclusion to feed values for least cost ration formulation…More
Here are our solutions to your challenges in swine production in a nutshell:
Given the likelihood of continued price and supply volatility of major feed ingredients, producers and feed companies will be forced to establish core capabilities in actively managing price swings to remain profitable.
Porzyme offers a tool to increase the capacity to switch to alternative, more fibrous, but cheaper energy sources, such as DDGS to mitigate the risk of raw material price volatility.
Phyzyme XP helps to release phosphorus bound to phytate in grains. This can help to reduce the dependence on supplementary inorganic phosphorus, such as dicalcium phosphate, which often is highly variable in price.
To achieve a high level of productivity in the modern sow, it is not sufficient to consider just nutrient requirements of the sow. It is equally important to apply nutritional and management strategies that reduce the loss of breeding potential.
Our probiotic solutions specifically developed for sows and piglets help to support the developing gut microbiota of the piglet in a beneficial way for better vitality and livability of piglets pre-weaning.
Betafin improves energy utilization in pigs in an effective way. This has shown to have a positive effect on subsequent reproductive performance in lactating sows, which often lack sufficient intake to support energy demand. By adding Betafin to the lactating diet litter size can increase by 1 piglet/litter in the subsequent litter.
Phyzyme XP helps you to control the level of phosphorus contained in waste management plans and to reduce cost of feed. Also available in coated form (TPT), which can be used in all pig diets including pelleted feeds up to 95ºC (203ºF).
Approximately 15-20% of the feed is not digested by the pig – a problem for both the producer and the environment. Porzyme improves the digestibility of the feed and so reduces the output of nitrogen in the manure benefiting both you and the environment.
Feed accounts for at least 60% of the cost of producing pork. Higher corn and soybean prices in recent years have had a significant impact on the cost of feed for swine production and can quickly convert profits into losses.
Porzyme helps to improve the digestibility of feed and hence reduce feed cost per ton. Results from more than 120 scientific and commercial trials give us confidence that Porzyme provides consistent value in pig production.
Betafin protects pigs against dehydration allowing them to use energy more efficiently for better performance including lean gain. Betafin can also replace all added choline chloride and reduce some methionine in the diet formulation contributing further to improved profitability.
Phyzyme XP helps to release phosphorus bound to phytate in grains. This allows the diet to be reformulated to take account of improvements in phosphorus, energy and amino acid digestibility. Phyzyme XP can produce net savings up to $10.00/ton of feed.
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