KEMZYME® MAP Related Articles

Multisubstrate & Multienzyme Complex Improve Apparent Metabolizable Energy and Growth Performance of Multisubstrate & Multienzyme Complex Improve Apparent Metabolizable Energy (AME) Growth Performance of Broilers

by Dr. Bindhu Lakshmibai Vasanthakumaru, Dr. Goh Lay-Beng and Dr. Monika Bieber

Following the increase in maize and soya prices, great potential is seen for the use of alternate feed ingredients in poultry diets. The effect of a multisubstrate & multienzyme complex containing NSPases, multiproteases and multiamylases in improving AME and growth performance of broilers was evaluated in separate experiments.

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KEMZYME MAP Dry Improves Nutrient Utilization of Broiler Diets - A Challenge Study KEMZYME® MAP Dry Improves Nutrient Utilization of Broiler Diets - A Challenge Study

by Dr. C. Sugumar & Dr. Bindhu LV

Currently, protein has become one of the more costly components in broiler diets and hence research has focused in the direction of improving protein digestibility. Proteases play a vital role in animal performance, as they breakdown protein into amino acids which are utilized by broilers. Research has found that the digestion of proteins and absorption of amino acids is the most limiting of the nutrients in young broilers

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IMPACT OF KEMZYME MAP DRY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF  BROILERS FED WITH CORN SOYA BASED DIETS Impact of KEMZYME® MAP Dry on the Performance of Broilers Fed with Corn Soya Based Diets

by Dr. C. Sugumar & Dr. Bindhu LV

Corn and soybean meal are usually used as the major sources of energy and protein in broilers diets in Asian countries. KEMZYME MAP is a multi-enzyme product containing NSP hydrolyzing enzymes, multi-amylases and multi-proteases have been specifically developed for multi-substrates including corn-soybean meal based diets for broilers to increase the availability of nutrients and release extra energy and amino acids from these diets. 

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 IMPACT OF KEMZYME MAP DRY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF  BROILERS FED WITH WHEAT SOYA BASED DIETS Impact of KEMZYME® MAP Dry on the Performance of Broilers Fed with Wheat Soya Based Diets

by Dr. C. Sugumar & Dr. Bindhu LV

Corn and soybean meal are usually used as the major sources of energy and protein in broilers diets in Asian countries. However, wheat is considered as one of the potential alternatives for corn. Many broiler integrators in Australia and few Asian countries use wheat in diet, when the prices are economical in comparison with corn.

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 ENERGY AND PROTEIN SPARING EFFECT OF KEMZYME MAP DRY  – A COMMERCIAL LAYER STUDY Energy and Protein Sparing Effect of KEMZYME® MAP Dry - A Commercial Layer Study

by Dr. C. Sugumar & Dr. Bindhu LV

Layer producers are looking for lower feed costs with the inclusion of alternative feed ingredients. Although this high- fiber feed ingredients are potential cost-effective alternatives for corn and soybean, their use in layer feed can be limited by the variable digestibility of nutrients.  

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