Protein is one of the expensive components in feed formulation and it is observed that 20% of the feed protein remains undigested. Hence, increasing the digestibility of protein becomes an important strategy for improving protein utilization, feed cost-savings, and reducing nitrogen excretion.
KEMZYME™ Protease is a patented multi-protease solution containing acid, neutral and alkaline proteases. The product has an innovative thermostable and enteric coating for protection during feed milling and targeted release in the gastrointestinal tract. KEMZYME™ Protease improves the digestibility of vegetables as well as animal origin protein sources.
Efficient animal protein production is the driving factor for sustaining profitability. Feed nutrient utilization remains the single most inevitable factor of efficiency in animal protein production.
Improving the protein digestibility will help to enhance the PER and protein utilization.
Bodyweight gain in grams for each gram protein intake.
The multi-protease in KEMZYME™ Protease Dry ensures better amino acids release from various feed ingredients over single alkaline proteases.
Incorporating KEMZYME™ Protease Dry into broiler diets allows for a reduced amount of the crude protein required for diet, therefore decreasing the production cost. Both reformulation and on-top application improve broiler performance and carcass yield with reduced production cost.
The supplementation of KEMZYME™ Protease Dry in piglets’ diets significantly increases the ileal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids such as lysine, methionine, isoleucine, and threonine, etc.
KEMZYME™ Protease Dry proves to be versatile across different raw materials. The supplementation of KEMZYME™ Protease Dry increases growth performance, feed efficiency and carcass traits in broilers fed with corn-soybean meal-based or sorghum-soybean meal-based diets.
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