Gut Agility Activator

ANCO FIT 产品系列

AncoFIT 肠道敏捷活化剂产品系列,专注于在饲料中的添加应用,可使养殖动物面对来自饲料的挑战和应激时,发挥更强的抵抗力和生产效率。

AncoFIT 是一种能促进肠道敏捷性的活化剂,含多种精选天然活性成分,帮助动物有效地适应各种应激源并发挥其生产潜力。目前已在30多个国家有销。

随着消费者对无抗生素动物饲料要求的不断增加,在动物饲料中添加Anco FIT,可为更安全、更赢利的动物蛋白生产提供理想的支持。

Anco FIT

Gut agility

Gut agility

保持肠道的敏捷性

在动物营养中应用敏捷性的概念,可进一步提高养殖生产中饲料性能的稳定性。动物肠道对各种应激源特别敏感。因此,这就是为什么侧重点在于肠道,要通过营养的手段去改善动物对应激源的适应能力。

肠道敏捷性是指动物相较于正常情况,更加节能高效地适应营养性应激的能力。

其结果是动物性能的稳定性和动物健康均得到改善,从而提高生产者进行安全动物食品生产的利润率。

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Modeling the effects of stressors on the performance of populations of pigs
Wellock, J, Emmans, G.C. and Kyriazakis, I. (2004), Journal of Animal Science

A simulation model that predicts the effect of the social, physical, and nutritional environments on pig food intake and performance was extended to deal with individual variation.

Oxidative stress, antioxidants, and animal function
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It is well known that taste perception influences food intake. After ingestion, gustatory receptors relay sensory signals to the brain, which segregates, evaluates, and distinguishes the stimuli, leading to the experience known as “flavor.”

Mycotoxins and the intestine
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Secretion of gastrointestinal hormones and eating control
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Nutrient ingestion triggers numerous changes in gastrointestinal (GI) peptide hormone secretion that affect appetite and eating.

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A meta-analysis was carried out to study the association of mycotoxins with performance, productive indices, and organ weights in broilers. Ninety-eight papers published between 1980 and 2009 were used, totaling 1,401 diets and 37,371 animals. The mycotoxin presence in diets reduced (P < 0.05) feed intake by 12% and weight gain by 14% compared with control group.

Metaanalytical study of productive and nutritional interactions of mycotoxins in growing pigs
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