No AGP or coccidiostat in your chicken feed? A low content soy anti-nutritional factors in the starter diet is crucial for good results.

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Figure 1. ANF content range in soybean meal (SBM) and in enzyme-treated soy protein (HP AviStart). Hamlet Protein database.
Figure 1. ANF content range in soybean meal (SBM) and in enzyme-treated soy protein (HP AviStart). Hamlet Protein database.
Figure 2. Effect of HP AviStart and other protein sources in starter feed (0-10 d) on the ileum villus area (mm2) on day 21. Figures with different subscript are significant different (p<0.05). SBM: soybean meal; SPC: alcohol-treated soy protein concentrate; CGM: corn gluten meal; FM: fish meal
Figure 2. Effect of HP AviStart and other protein sources in starter feed (0-10 d) on the ileum villus area (mm2) on day 21. Figures with different subscript are significant different (p<0.05). SBM: soybean meal; SPC: alcohol-treated soy protein concentrate; CGM: corn gluten meal; FM: fish meal
Figure 3. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on FCR of broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Lumpkins et al., 2017.
Figure 3. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on FCR of broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Lumpkins et al., 2017.
Figure 4a. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of uninfected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 4a. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of uninfected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 4b. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of uninfected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 4b. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of uninfected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 5a. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of infected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 5a. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of infected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 5b. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of infected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
Figure 5b. Effect of feeding enzyme-treated protein (HP AviStart) in the starter feed and/or AGP (BMD) during the entire cycle on body weight and FCR of infected broiler chickens (0-42 days). Data with different subscripts are significantly different (P<0.05). Source: Rasmussen et al., 2019.
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Alfred Blanch

Poultry Category Manager at Hamlet Protein A/S (Horsens, Denmark).

Christine Brøkner

Former Technical Manager at Hamlet Protein
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