ADM debuts customizable feed solutions platformADM debuts customizable feed solutions platform
ADM Animal Nutrition forms alliance with ANCO Animal Nutrition to help combat nutritional stressors in grains and ensiled crops.
August 31, 2016
ADM Animal Nutrition, a division of Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM), launched Aug. 30 a new customizable feed solutions platform for livestock producers that helps animals adapt to nutritional stresses, enhances animal well-being and productivity and, ultimately, helps increase profit potential for producers.
ADM’s unique solutions platform, developed in alliance with Austria-based ANCO Animal Nutrition Competence GmbH, is made up of the feed additive Anco FIT, which incorporates Gut Agility, an activator that empowers animals to be more robust and efficient in the face of dietary challenges and stressors, and CitriStim, ADM's proprietary, unique, whole-cell yeast product with scientifically proven efficacy.
These two additives are used in combination with an adsorbent to counteract a wide variety of on-farm nutritional challenges.
“Although grain crop challenges vary by climate and region, ADM’s vast network offers expert insight into the landscape of farms across the U.S.,” said Ruben Beltran, product manager for ADM Animal Nutrition. “This insight gives ADM the ability to identify specific nutritional stressors for individual farms and create customized feed solutions while making specie-based palatability adjustments that support optimized intake when grain or ensiled crop quality is potentially compromised.”
ADM’s customizable feed solutions platform is designed for the nutritional management of dairy cattle, swine and poultry. The product line is currently available in the U.S.
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