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agricultural digester Applications

  • Aquaculture Enzymes

    Economical fish and shrimp production requires maximum nutritional efficiency from feed. Enzymes, including phytase, xylanase, cellulase, protease, lipase, and amylase increase the availability of nutrients, increase absorption of nutrients during digestion, increase fish growth rates, and assist in the survival and thriving of fish in the larval stage. Also, the use of lower cost feedstuffs is made possible for aquaculture with the use of added enzymes. Nutrients that are not digestible using the fish’s...

    By BIO-CAT based in Troy, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Organic Agriculture Biofertilizers for Environment

    We can improve compost processes by reducing the fermentation times and eliminating the bad odours that are generated. The biodigestor ficoswaste creates a high population of microorganisms which accelerate the processes of digestion and economically optimize the composting of plants.

    By Ficosterra based in Madrid, SPAIN.

  • Feeding Sprouts for Equine

    Feeding sprouts can replace 100% – 60% of your current hard feed diet. Horses that need a high starch feed will require a supply of starch from conventional feed such as steamed flake barley. The high moisture content of sprouts benefits digestion and recovery after work. For digestive health it is recommend that a horse consumes a min. of 1.5% of its body weight as dry matter. This needs to be considered when calculating the required roughage to balance your horse’s diet when feeding spouts.

    By Fodder Solutions based in Burleigh Heads, AUSTRALIA.

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    Gas analyzers and monitoring systems for Greenhouse gases from ruminants

    Ruminant livestock generate a significant proportion of anthropogenic GHG emissions, and thereby contribute to Climate Change. Ruminants such as cattle. sheep, goats and buffalo produce meat and milk through enteric fermentation – a digestive process in which microbes decompose and ferment food in the digestive tract or rumen. This process produces methane which is emitted via belching. The amount of methane produced is directly related to the type of food consumed and the level of intake, in addition to...

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Vantaa, FINLAND.

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