Revolutionary Phytase, Forage Pre-Treatment Lead Way for AB Vista

UK - AB Vista’s revolutionary next generation E.coli phytase Quantum Blue is set to take centre stage on the company’s stand (Hall 9, Stand D70) during SPACE 2014, to be held in Rennes, France, from 16 19 September.
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Developed specifically to maximise phytate destruction, Quantum Blue is the most powerful and effective phytase on the market, and is currently delivering significant improvements in formulation costs, feed efficiency and return on investment for AB Vista customers throughout Europe.

“SPACE 2014 is a great opportunity for both existing and potential customers to discuss the advantages of this latest generation phytase, and in particular how superdosing with Quantum Blue to eliminate the anti-nutritional effects of phytate can produce substantial performance gains in both poultry and pigs,” states Dr Maria Soto Salanova, AB Vista’s Business Manager for France.

AB Vista will also be presenting its new forage pre-treatment for ruminants, VistaPre-T. Simply mixed into the ration before feeding, VistaPre-T promotes faster, more complete microbial colonisation of forage in the rumen.

“The result is an increase in fibre degradation and potential improvements in forage D value of between 3-13 percentage points,” adds Dr Xavière Rousseau, AB Vista’s Technical Manager for France.

“VistaPre-T has greatest impact on higher fibre forages, so as well as improving feed value, it also effectively levels out some of the variation in forge quality found within a typical silage clamp.”

The AB Vista team, including Dr Soto Salanova, will be on hand for media interviews or briefings during the event, and visitors to the stand will be able to sample a range of aperitifs on offer throughout the three days of the show.

For more information, contact AB Vista on +44(0)1672 517 650 or [email protected].

Charlotte Rowney

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