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ADM Animal Nutrition debuts new high-concentrate protein

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New protein source composed of dried fermentation biomass targeted to aquaculture and swine diets.

ADM Animal Nutrition, a division of Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM), announced the launch of a new quality protein source for aquaculture and swine diets, PROPLEX T.

Composed of dried fermentation biomass, PROPLEX T provides a consistent source of digestible protein and high levels of essential amino acids for aquaculture and swine diets, according to the announcement. PROPLEX T has been shown to be a successful replacement for other protein sources, such as fish meal, in diets for fish and shrimp, and when used in swine nursery diets during the starter phase, ADM said.

“PROPLEX T is a cost-effective protein source that can be used in place of expensive or variable protein products,” said Dr. John Bowzer, aquaculture research scientist for ADM. “Additionally, PROPLEX T provides feed manufacturers with added flexibility in formulations due to its high protein content and favorable amino acid profile.”

For additional information on PROPLEX T, contact ADM Animal Nutrition at (800) 666-7626, ANI.SpecialtyIngredients@adm.com or www.ADMAnimalNutrition.com.

ADM Animal Nutrition is a leading provider of a wide range of products for the animal nutrition market. ADM Animal Nutrition offers high-quality feed products, supplements, premixes, custom ingredient blends and specialty feed ingredients to aid in optimizing animal health and nutrition.

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