VemoZyme® 50/100 is additive for compound feed, which enhances the natural enzyme system of the animals (amylase, protease, lipase), supplements with the missing enzymes - xylanase, hemicellulase, β-glucanase, α-galactosidase, mannanase, etc., and improves feed digestability and assimilation.

 

Application


Enzymes are organic substances with high biological value and they are of a great importance for the normal performance of the basic metabolic processes in the living organism. In the digestive system of the animals, they help the dissociation of the main nutritive substances coming with the feed to constituents that easily pass through the small intestine wall and become assimilated by the animals.

The digestive processes in the animal's body perform and depend completely on the action of the endogenous hydrolysing enzymes.

Besides the basic nutritive substances, the feed also contains cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin substances, β-glucans, oligosaccharides and others, which can not be digested by poultry and pigs because of lack of respective enzymes.

Not only are the above mentioned substances (known as non-starch polysaccharides) not utilized, but also some of them form viscose mass in the alimentary tract, which prevents enzyme digestion and complete utilization of the remaining nutritive substances.

Content of β-glucans and pentosanes, g/kg dry substance

Fodders β-glucans Pentosanes
Oats 40.3 58.0
Barley 40.0 71.0
Rye 24.0 89.0
Triticale 6.5 70.0
Wheat 5.0 61.0
Maize 1.2 43.0
Sorghum 1.0 28.0


Significant achievement in the field of feed enzymes is the creation of stabilized polyenzyme products that are combination of several enzymes, making them more effective due to the synergic effect of the different enzymes' activities.

In compound feed for poultry and swine with higher concentration of wheat, which contains high amounts of arabinoxylans, is recommended the addition of xylanase, for barley and oats - β-glucanase, for peas, soya and maize - a-galactosidase and β-mannanase, for sunflower groats and wheat bran - cellulase.

Enzymes are attractive feed additives as they are non-toxic products. Their protein structure ensures easy digestibility from the body and lack of any residues in the meat, eggs and environment.

The application of pure enzyme substances, the availability of contemporary technological equipment, specialized bio-chemical laboratory and very experienced professionals give us the opportunity to guarantee the production of high quality multienzyme premixes for swine and poultry with broad scope of action, conformable with the typical raw materials.

 

Biological Action


VemoZyme® 50/100
added to the feed has the following advantages:
♦ Improves feed digestibility and increases assimilation of the basic nutritive substances - proteins, carbohydrates, fats, etc.
♦ Provides better variety of formulations for compound feed and at the same time allows inclusion of rich in fibres and non-starch polysaccharides (celluloses, hemicelluloses, xylans, arabans) cheaper feed - wheat, barley, maize, oats, triticale, wheat bran, sunflower groats and expeller, alfalfa flour, etc.
♦ Enhances energy value of the feed
♦ Improves the quality of the litter and the micro climate in the premises, and contributes for keeping the eggs and plumage of poultry clean
♦ Compatible with all feed additives
♦ Sustains heat treatment during granulation

As a result of its action on the feed:
♦ Viscosity in the intestinal content, the osmotic pressure in the alimentary tract and water content in the excrements are reduced
♦ Growth intensity is increased and the ready production cost price is reduced
♦ Helps overcome problems connected with the transition to self-dependent feeding during the early breeding periods

 

Dosage


♦ VemoZyme® 50 is applied at doses of 50 g per ton feed
♦ VemoZyme® 100 is applied at doses of 100 g per ton feed

 

Storage


In dry and cool places away from direct sunlight at a temperature under 25°С

 

Experimental Data

VemoZyme® 50/100 in poultry feed

Experimental design
NC: Negative control
NC+VemoZyme®  50/100: Negative control + VemoZyme® 50/100

VemoZyme® 50/100 in pig feed

Experimental design
NC: Negative control
NC+VemoZyme®  50/100: Negative control + VemoZyme® 50/100

Conclusion

As a result of the addition of VemoZyme® 50/100 to compound feed the live weight of broilers is increased by 4.3% and the feed intake per 1 kg gain (FCR) is reduced by 4.6%.

The addition of feed enzymes VemoZyme® 50/100 to compound feed for poultry allows the replacement of 50% of the soy-bean groats in the compound with sunflower groats and ensures productivity equal to the control group.

With the replacement of part of the soy-bean groats with 15% sunflower groats and the addition of VemoZyme® 50/100 in compound feed for starter pigs, results in productivity equal to the control group.

VemoZyme® 50/100 in broilers feed

Experimental design
Positive Control: combined feed based on maize
Negative Control: 50% of maize in combined feed is replaced by wheat

VemoZyme® 50/100 in poultry feed

Experimental design
Positive Control: combined feed based on soy
Negative Control: 50% of soy in combined feed is replaced by sunflower groats

Conclusion
The addition of VemoZyme® 50/100 to the combined feed for broiler chickens grown in industrial conditions, where about 50% of the maize has been replaced by wheat, results in increase of chickens’ weight gain by 5.4%, increase of the butchered chickens grill yield by 5.8%, and decrease of fodder consumption per 1 kg growth (FCR) by 8.3%.

Conclusion
The addition of VemoZyme® 50/100 to compound feed for poultry allows the replacement of up to 50% of the soy-bean groats in the compound with sunflower groats and ensures performance equal to the control group. The same body mass in birds is achieved as the positive control – 2154 g and 2168 g, respectively.