Our carbohydrases increase energy utilization, animal performance and financial returns for customers.
Animals need energy to live, grow and reproduce just as much as we do. Successful livestock production therefore relies on maximizing the energy present in the diet of animals. Of course, energy used more efficiently also increases financial returns for producers. Our carbohydrases help do all of these things.
Our RONOZYME® range of carbohydrases has been developed to increase the efficiency of energy utilization, giving producers the power to unleash more energy, whatever their preferred diet. The result? Better performance and lower feed costs across both species and diets.
DSM leading versatile Xylanase, recognized across the industry as an outstanding mono-component Xylanase product, due to its excellent performance in all monogastric species.
It significantly improves the digestibility of wheat, corn, barley, rye, triticale, sorghum, millet, brown rice and cereal by-products, and significantly reduces intestinal viscosity
A unique multicomponent enzyme that dismantle the complex carbohydrates found in soya, canola and other dicot feed ingredients and their by-products.
Thanks to its specific combination of enzyme activities, it offers the flexibility to safely formulate optimum diets even when using highly variable and alternative raw materials.
The first feed enzyme that works in dairy cows, which is optimizing corn starch and fiber degradation in the rumen.
This ground-breaking innovation contains a specific alpha–amylase which increases the speed of starch degradation in the rumen. It catalyzes starch hydrolysis to oligosaccharides, which are used as an energy source by fibrolytic bacteria.
A unique combination of xylanase, β- glucanase, cellulase and xyloglucanase enzymes that dismantle the complex carbohydrates found in corn, barley and other cereal grains feed ingredients and their by-products. Thanks to its specific combination of enzyme activities, it offers the flexibility to safely formulate optimum diets even when using highly variable and alternative raw materials.
Carbohydrates are the primary source of energy in cereals and defatted protein crops. They are present in many forms, the most vital being starch.
The cell walls of feed ingredients are made up of a range of structural carbohydrates. To access the starch within, these cell walls must first be broken down. Monogastric animals are typically able to digest around 90% of available starch, but our carbohydrases help them do even better.
The cell walls of different plants are made up of different structural carbohydrates, so specific carbohydrases are required to break them down efficiently and release more energy.
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