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AB Vista Feed Ingredients - integrated supplier of new generation micro-ingredients for animal feeds

About AB Vista

We are an animal nutrition technology company bringing pioneering products, technical services and new ways of thinking to the global animal feed industry.

First established in 2004, we have grown rapidly to be a top-three player in feed enzymes and one of the largest suppliers of live yeast and natural betaine to the global animal nutrition industry.

We are dedicated to advancing energy and nutrient efficiency, keeping scientific integrity at the heart of everything we do. Through close collaboration with customers and research partners, we aim to create an open forum for discussion to identify new opportunities for improved feed and animal performance.

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Tel: +44(0)1672 517 650 | Email: info@abvista.com | Web: www.abvista.com

Latest Feature

Changing nutrition strategies could aid in tackling woody breast

International Phytate Summit

Researchers are now investigating the option of dietary manipulations for reducing woody breast in poultry. Although the exact cause of the woody breast, a muscle myopathy causing affected meat to be tough and chewy in texture, is still unknown, current research suggests that genetics and fast growth rates could play a role.

In a new video, Dr Tara York, AB Vista Technical Manager for the US, provides insight into recent studies evaluating the impact of trace minerals and antioxidants in combination with phytase superdosing, which could reduce the incidence of woody breast.

To watch the video ‘Nutrition strategies to improve breast meat quality’, please visit: https://www.abvista.com/news/January-2017/Nutritional-strategies-could-reduce-woody-breast.aspx

Latest News

NIR Technology Monitors Feed, Reduces Cost
ANALYSIS - NIR technology is being used by animal feed producers throughout the production process to help monitor variability of raw materials...
Research: Superdosing Phytase Reduces Severity of Woody Breast in Poultry
ANALYSIS - The exact cause of woody breast, a muscle myopathy affecting the quality, texture and colour of chicken breast meat, is currently...
AB Vista to Share Economic Benefits of Latest Feed Analysis Advancements at IPPE
US - Animal nutrition technology company AB Vista will demonstrate how the latest developments in feed analysis can reduce costs at the International...
Changes to Nutrition Strategies Could Reduce Woody Breast – AB Vista
GLOBAL - The release of nutrients through phytase superdosing, combined with nutrients that support the antioxidant status of the animal, are...

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Events

International Production & Processing Expo 2017
Jan 31 – Feb 2, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia USA
Visit AB Vista in Hall B, booth B7963 at IPPE and discover how to reduce feed costs through NIR analysis, with the unique Feed Quality Service.

Our Products

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Our Services

We provide a range of services designed to complement our products and help you identify inefficiencies and opportunities across the feed production process, maximising performance and ensuring consistency.

  • Feed Quality Service - a web-based service utilising our in-house expertise in Near Infra-Red spectroscopy to deliver accurate predictions of the nutritional components of raw materials, supporting optimal feed formulation
  • Lab Service - our Lab Service uses the latest assay technology to measure enzyme activity in premix, feed and product samples, helping to ensure consistent product quality.
  • Engineering Service - to help fully exploit the advantages of using liquid additives versus granular products we offer expertise in dosing system support.

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Tel: +44(0)1672 517 650 | Email: info@abvista.com | Web: www.abvista.com

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