Novus Highlights Mineral Solutions at IPPE 201522 January 2015
US - Novus is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of its highly-effective chelated trace minerals, MINTREX, and will host several events at IPPE to commemorate the occasion.
Novus International, Inc. will be an exhibitor at the 2015 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE). The event takes place in Atlanta, Georgia, from 27 to 29 January, and brings together animal production professionals from all over the world.
Novus is proud to join the best in the poultry and swine industries to discuss the latest in a vast array of research, technology and solutions aimed at improving the efficacy, sustainability and profitability of global meat and egg production.
Novus is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of its highly-effective chelated trace minerals, MINTREX®, and will host several events at IPPE to commemorate this momentous occasion. The MINTREX molecule truly embodies Novus’s commitment to delivering innovative products which support animal nutrition and performance. This anniversary reflects Novus’s leadership position in the chelated trace minerals market and highlights the company’s dedication to sustainable solutions that improve animal welfare while minimising environmental impact.
Gavin Bowman, executive product manager, minerals at Novus, explained: “MINTREX, a mineral chelated with HMTBa (the active ingredient in ALIMET® feed supplement), is a highly bioavailable source of copper, zinc and manganese.
“Research proves MINTREX delivers more bioavailable trace minerals to the small intestine than other organic or inorganic trace minerals. The more bioavailable a mineral is, the lower the dietary concentration needed and as a result, less minerals are excreted into the environment,” he said.
Novus will also present its latest data on enzymes, feed quality, gut and foot pad health, eubiotics and pigments.
To learn more about how Novus can help producers design optimal diets and feed formulations with more efficient ingredients, meet Novus executives and experts in Hall A of the Georgia World Congress Center, at booth #739.