If we look at the trend of meat consumption in the past and future, we can see it kept on increasing in the past 50 years and will continue to increase in the next 30 years due to the continuous growth of population and improvement of life quality.
This reflects the demand of feedstuff will continuously increase in next decades and raw materials (corn, soy bean, wheat and etc.) consumed by animal will compete with human food. The question how to save feed raw materials has been brought in front to the feed industry years ago.
Another critical issue for feed industry is food safety. In future antibiotics will be totally banned in feed additives as a basic requirement concerning food safety from countries to countries. How feed industry will come across banned antibiotics? What substitutes will be the options?
Feed enzymes, considered as the safe, efficient and environment-friendly additive, have been widely used and will be further widely used to improve feed conversion ratio, enhance animal productivity, replace antibiotics and overall save costs for feed industry.
Suntaq developed Phytase, NSP enzymes and Digestive enzymes for poultry and swine to improve there productivity. Based on characters of animal species and ages, our enzyme specialist and animal nutritionist developed solutions for diets varied from East Europe, Southeast Asia, West Asia to North and South America.
Phytase used in feed to release phosphorus and other trace elements chelated by phosphate. Phytase market has been widely and successfully developed due to its distinct application effects. However, there are so many suppliers in the market that people are confused to make their choice. People are asking:
Which one is better, 3-phytase or 6-phytase?
Every supplier says their phytase is thermostable. How to determine?
Is thermostability the only concern to the final effects?
How are the phytase effects determined?
The expensive phytase is the only option. Is that true?
NSP (non-starch polysaccharides), existing in all types of grains that are used in feeds, does affect the animal’s digestibility and further weaken animal’s productivity. In animal’s body, there are lack of NSP enzymes to break down plant cell wall consisted by NSP includes araboxylan, beta-glucan, pectin, beta-mannan, and alpha-galactose.
SQzyme CEM is a versatile enzyme that could be used to break down all NSP contained in all types of feed diets. It also contains digestive enzymes, alpha-amylase, protease and lipase, to supplement endogenous enzymes that animals cannot sufficiently secrete when they are young, sick or under stress. It contains 10 types of major activity and many other types of uncountable side activities. The compound are formulated by enzymes produced by both liquid and submerged fermentations, that makes this CEM a perfect product with tremendous advantages.
Since the functions of complex enzymes are “complex”, people may have following questions:
Why should compound enzymes be used in feed diets for poultry and swine?
When there are different types and different formulations of feed diets, i.e. corn-soybean, corn-wheat, wheat-barley and misc. grains and beans, how CEM works versatilely on these complex combinations?
NSP enzyme activities are different from company to company. Does higher activity give better results on animal performance?
How can CEM performance in animal’s body be proved?
Our technical experts can make all the above questions clear to you in regards to phytase, NSP and digestive enzymes. The results can be seen from lab vivo studies and animal vitro trials. Lab tests have been done on diets from different source of raw materials. And animal trials have been done in different countries.