Welcome to The Academy webpage. Below we've provided videos and educational resources to help our Academy attendees continue to learn about vitamins, premixes, mycotoxins, enzymes and phytogenics. We also have information below on dsm-firmenich Animal Nutrition and Health and all of our premix plant sites in North America.
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In this video, Dr. April Levy, Director of Technical Services for North America, provides a summary of DSM’s Animal Nutrition and Health business in North America. April discusses DSM’s history, business lines, customer footprint, portfolio and vision for the future.
In this video, Dr. Mark Engstrom, Essential Products Marketing Manager for North America, provides an overview of the global vitamin business, product forms and DSM’s Optimum Vitamin Nutrition program. You’ll learn about what causes vitamin deficiencies and the latest vitamin requirements
Tamara MacDonald, Global Lead, Premix Formulation for DSM, provides a summary of how DSM formulates premixes, what makes quality premixes and how to continue to monitor quality and evaluate 3rd party ingredients. In the DSM Ames and Ayr Plant videos, you’ll get to see one of our premix plants in action and learn how they manufacture DSM products and the level of quality that goes into every bag.
In this video series our DSM experts give you a basic understanding of Mycotoxins. Dr. Paige Gott provides an introduction to Mycotoxins and how to sample and analyze them. Dr. Chasity Pender, Poultry Technical Manager, Dr. Lan Zheng, Swine Technical Manager and Dr. Erin Schwandt, Ruminant Technical Manager, each provide a summary of how mycotoxins impact their respective species, signs and symptoms and what you can do to combat mycotoxins in your operation.
In this video, Dr. Nelson Ward, Enzyme Category Manager for North America, provides a summary of the enzyme category with a particular focus on NSP and debranching enzymes. Nelson shares how these enzymes work and what kinds of benefits you can expect.
Phytogenics contain unique blends of herbs and spices, essential oils and other plant extracts to improve palatability and acceptance of feed, support digestion and overall performance of farm animals. Check this page for a new video soon.