At the opening of the third International Phytate Summit (IPS3) Nov. 8 in Florida, nutrition experts from 22 countries around the world discussed the latest research on phytate and its multi-factorial effects on animal production.
With phytate estimated to cost as much as $2 billion per year in lost performance, strategies to limit its anti-nutritive effect in feed are a high priority.
At IPS3, delegates gathered to hear academics and industry leaders present research into t
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