Feed enzymes increase the digestion capability of livestock that makes its demand rise in the livestock industry, especially amongst the poultry and pig fodder sectors. According to the current scenario, there is increasing trend of clean label condiments and ingredients during animal feed processing is expected to improve the production sales of feed enzymes. The main feature of feed enzymes to resist extreme acidic pH situations as well as pelleting temperatures during the time of feed processing is driving customer attention on a larger basis. Manufacturers are working on reducing the high-cost related to animal feed by supplementing feed additives along with enzymes.
A recent report anticipates that the global market for feed enzymes will expand at a moderate 4.9% CAGR during the forecast period, 2017-2027, to touch an evaluation of nearly US$ 1,406Mn by 2027-end. Companies namely BASF SE, Novus International, Biocatalysts Ltd, Associated British Foods plc, Cargill Inc., Chr. Hansen Holding A/S and Novozymes A/S amongst others will observe a substantial growth worldwide. Leading companies are concentrating on marketing strategies such as product developments and expanding their product portfolio.
BASF SE Receives EU Approval for Its New Feed Enzyme
BASF SE recently announced about its Phytase product, named Natuphos® E receiving approval of EU and the completion of registration process as well. Natuphos® E helps poultry and pigs use key nutrients and phosphorus more effectively, thereby benefitting the animal feed industry as well as local farmers. Manufacturers can look forward to invest in BASF SE for efficient production and global expansion of their products as well. The new Phytase is regarded as hybrid 6phytase, which is of bacterial origin. Moreover, Natuphos® E can withstand pepsin in animal starch, high temperatures in pelleting process time and extreme acidic pH situations in animal gut. This feed enzyme helps in releasing highly effective phosphorous, thereby proving itself stable even in extremely challenging environments.
Natuphos® E holds environmental and economic benefits such as eliminating the inclusion of inorganic phosphorous with feeds. The new development improves the performance of animals, increases resource effectiveness and reduces eutrophication by excreting less phosphorous.
Novus International Launches Its New Feed Nutrition Strategies
Novus International introduces its innovative feed nutrition strategies at IPPE (International Production and Processing Expo) in USA. The company is taking immense efforts in meeting the increasing consumer needs and challenges with regards to organic feed enzymes. Novus International is planning to focus on three major areas for a long period of time, which is, epigenetics, meat quality and gut health. This in turn will be highly beneficial for poultry producers as they are likely to face extreme challenges with regards to profitability.
Novus International mentioned that its MINTREX®, which is combined with the feed preservative named SANTOQUIN® is highly beneficial for producers in reducing critical white striping and woody breast by 50%. The manufacturers and researchers in Novus International are looking forward to develop ways for implementing these products in poultry operations. The company is further working on enteritis diseases and anti-biotic free production as gut health has turned out to be extremely important in the poultry production. The new products of Novus International will contribute significantly towards protection from mortality and performance loss.
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