Animal Feed Enzymes Manufacturer

Selected group of enzymes are in demand due to their ability to improve animal performance and reduce nutritional variation in raw materials. Specifically, protease enzymes have the potential to improve protein digestibility.

Proteases break down complex proteins into shorter proteins, called peptides, and amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. They are also capable of taking apart proteins that bind starch within feed ingredients, thus making more of the energy found in starch available to the animal.

In the feed enzymes industry, there is a growing demand for enzymes that can enhance animal performance and minimize nutritional variations in raw materials. Among these enzymes, proteases play a crucial role in improving protein digestibility. By breaking down complex proteins into peptides and amino acids, proteases facilitate efficient nutrient absorption and utilization by animals. Additionally, proteases can also disrupt protein-starch complexes, unlocking the energy potential of starch in feed ingredients. The utilization of enzymes in the feed industry offers a promising avenue to optimize animal nutrition and support overall animal health and performance.

Selected group of enzymes are in demand due to their ability to improve animal performance and reduce nutritional variation in raw materials. Specifically, protease enzymes have the potential to improve protein digestibility.

Proteases break down complex proteins into shorter proteins, called peptides, and amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. They are also capable of taking apart proteins that bind starch within feed ingredients, thus making more of the energy found in starch available to the animal.

In the feed enzymes industry, there is a growing demand for enzymes that can enhance animal performance and minimize nutritional variations in raw materials. Among these enzymes, proteases play a crucial role in improving protein digestibility. By breaking down complex proteins into peptides and amino acids, proteases facilitate efficient nutrient absorption and utilization by animals. Additionally, proteases can also disrupt protein-starch complexes, unlocking the energy potential of starch in feed ingredients. The utilization of enzymes in the feed industry offers a promising avenue to optimize animal nutrition and support overall animal health and performance.

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PHYTASE ENZYME

It catalysis the hydrolysis of indigestible phytic acid into organic form of phosphorus.


Phytic Acid Degradation

Improves
Phosphorous Absorption

Increases Availability
Of Feed Nutrients

Phytic Acid Degradation

Improves Phosphorous Absorption

Increases Availability Of Feed Nutrients

CELLULASE ENZYME

It is a complex of enzyme mixture which contains endo, exo and beta activities. It helps in easy digestion of cellulosic fibres in the feed.


Fibre digestion

High energy
generation

Improves digestion
in animal

Fibre digestion

High energy generation

Improves digestion in animal

HEMICELLULASE ENZYME

It improves nutritional value of feed by breaking non-starch polysaccharides, mainly xylase, present in the feed.


C5 sugars
digestion

Prebiotic effect

Reduces oxidative
stress

C5 sugars digestion

Prebiotic effect

Reduces oxidative stress

PROTEASE ENZYMES

It helps to digest proteins in the feed.


High energy generation

Wide range of
protein digestion

Minimizises effect of anti-nutritional factors

High energy generation

Wide range of protein digestion

Minimizises effect of anti-nutritional factors

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FAQ’S
What are animal feed enzymes?

Animal feed enzymes are enzymes that are produced by Animal Feed Manufacturers to improve the quality of animal feed. They are usually added to the feed in order to improve the digestibility of the feed and to make it more nutritious.

What are the benefits of using enzymes in animal feed?

Customized Animal Feed Enzymes by manufacturers help to improve digestion and absorption of nutrients, and can also help to reduce feed costs by increasing the efficiency of feed utilization.

How do enzymes help improve animal health and growth?

Enzymes help improve animal health by breaking down complex food molecules into simpler ones that can be easily digestion. Animal Feed Enzymes also help to improve growth by assisting in the absorption of nutrients from food.

Can I use Infinita Biotech's enzymes for my livestock?

Yes, Infinita Biotech’s enzymes are safe for use with livestock. The enzymes are specially formulated to help improve the digestion and absorption of nutrients in animals.

How do enzymes help improve animal health and growth?

Enzymes are a type of protein that act as catalysts in chemical reactions. They can help improve animal health and growth by increasing the rate of metabolism, contributing to digestion, and helping to break down complex nutrients into simpler forms that can be easily absorbed by the body.

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