Enzymes, whole-cell inactivated yeast highlight ADM Animal Nutrition product portfolio
Milan Hruby, director of technical services at ADM Animal Nutrition, provides an overview of updates to the company’s flagship Citristim product. Citristim is a whole-cell inactivated yeast product that helps the animal strengthen its defense against health challenges by supporting and optimizing gut function, gut integrity and body defense responses. Hruby also discusses the company’s portfolio of enzyme products, and opportunities for growth in the enzyme product space.
ADM Animal Nutrition looks to continued growth, expansion
ADM continues to grow and expand its reach and capabilities throughout the animal feed value chain. We caught up with ADM Animal Nutrition president Ryan Lane during the International Production & Processing Expo in Atlanta to discuss where the company is in 2020 and its vision for the future.
ADM Animal Nutrition: What’s in the 2020 research pipeline?
At the International Production & Processing Expo in Atlanta, Ga., ADM Animal Nutrition’s director of research Ferdinando Almeida discusses his company’s latest research priorities and what’s coming through the pipeline in the days ahead.
Proper nutrition plays key role in animal well-being
Lance Fox is a veterinarian who has spent decades in the animal feed and nutrition business, working to advance the role nutrition plays in overall animal health. At the International Production & Processing Expo in Atlanta, he discussed ADM’s efforts to better understand the role nutrition plays in the animal’s well-being, and how livestock producers can benefit from raising healthier, more productive animals.