Rovabio® Advance Phy
Because there is still more value to get out of feed, Adisseo developed Rovabio® Advance PHY, the second generation of feedase to further unlock feed potential and alleviate the animal production footprint on earth resources.
Rovabio® Advance PHY is the fruit of many tests aiming at finding out the most powerful enzyme combination, delivering the best cost efficiency with maximum performance, sustainability and consistency. With Rovabio® Advance PHY, Adisseo opens a new way to consider and use enzyme combinations.
Rovabio® Advance PHY is a multi-enzymatic solution which addresses the whole indigestible vegetable fraction of feed, resulting in an improvement of the overall feed digestibility, including metabolizable energy, digestible amino acids, available phosphorus, calcium and sodium. It is the 2nd generation of feedase.
A global enzyme solution containing a multi-carbohydrase complex and superdosed phytase:
Sustainable solutions for animal feed imply the use of numerous enzymes targeting antinutritional factors. Phytase and NSP degrading enzymes in that purpose remain the most advanced solution, but their simultaneous use in feed has often been partially effective or undervalued. Rovabio® Advance Phy is actually a global enzyme solution containaing a multi-carbohydrase complex in combination with a superdosed phytase. This enzyme solution has been well tested to provide a complete single matrix value. This single matrix makes feed formulation easier and optimized, which allows extracting maximum value out of feed.
Rovabio® Advance Phy delivers unmatched benefits
With Rovapack, Adisseo helps its customers to maximize the advantages Rovabio offers and therefore benefit from this product's full potential. This assistance involves dedicated tools and methods, highly developed expertise in formulation and feed additives, and customised support and training provided by animal nutrition experts.
Thanks to a network of worldwide analytical laboratories, Adisseo brings to its customers reliable and specific analytical services in various fields of activity. It is directly accessible online through E.lab, a web platform that allows customers to submit analytical requests, follow the progress of samples from submission to results and directly access results including certificate of analysis and comments from Adisseo technical managers.
Adisseo provides its customers with PNE, a unique service based on NIR technology to predict the nutritional quality of the raw materials used in feed. Adisseo is able to analyze all main dietary ingredients to predict in real time the multiple characteristics impacting nutritional quality, using a reliable system based on in vivo data.
- Adisseo Promotes its Second-Generation FeedaseFeedInfo News Service - 6 June 2019 Adisseo touches base with Feedinfo News Service to discuss Rovabio® Advance Phy – the latest offering of the Rovabio® Advance series, Advance Predictor - its prediction software intended to aid nutritionists in the extraction of full value from Rovabio products, and Feedase as Read more.
- Efficacy of Rovabio® Advance PhyA new study carried out by Adisseo’s enzyme research team shows that Rovabio® Advance Phy can compensate for high reductions in metabolizable energy and nutrients, whilst maintaining optimal levels of performance in broilers. Metabolizable energy (ME), digestible amino acids (dAA) and available phosphorus (avP) are the largest and most expensive Read more.
- Improving the efficiency of corn-soya diets for poultryNew research has shown positive effects on broiler performance when a wide range of NSP-degrading enzymes are included in the diet. Non-starch polysaccharides (NSPs) are the main constituents of plant cell walls and play a role in the encapsulation of nutrients including amino acids, starch and lipids. It is well known Read more.
- Innovation and biotechnology behind Rovabio® AdvanceDr. Aurélie Preynat and Mrs. Sofia Zenagui come back on the genesis of Rovabio® Advance project, and particularly on the main goals of this new product development. Dr Olivier Guais explains how the team found out new possibilities to increase further the overall digestibility of feed. https://youtu.be/-iQ_BUgax-A