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21.06.2017

Faster calf growth at lower cost with new HP RumenStart

Healthy rumen development is critical to young calves in the first weeks of life. New HP RumenStart from HAMLET PROTEIN supports this process, speeding up growth and reducing production costs. Read more

18.05.2017

The best broiler chicken performance can be antibiotic-free

Antibiotic growth promoters are losing popularity in the USA, where consumers increasingly demand meat from animals fed antibiotic-free diets. New feeding trials with a specialty protein from HAMLET PROTEIN suggest that producers can overcome the antibiotic-free challenge and improve their profits at the same time. A trial on feeding with and without AGP´s was accepted and presented as a poster at ESPN 2017. Read more

15.05.2017

Why 19 studies of broiler starter feed can’t be wrong

Nineteen studies that all point in the same direction are a solid sales argument for the highly digestible soy protein HP AviStart designed for broiler starter feed. Now HAMLET PROTEIN has taken all the findings and carried out a meta-analysis that gives the full picture about how seven days of HP AviStart gives a lifetime of improved broiler performance. The meta-analysis was accepted as a poster at ESPN 2017. Read more

08.05.2017

Watch the trypsin inhibitors if you want your piglets to perform

Choosing the right mix of nutritional ingredients in the diet is critically important to improve the post weaning feed intake for young piglets. A new study published in National Hog Farmer concludes that it is important to focus on the tolerable level of anti-nutritional factors as trypsin inhibitors in swine diets. Read more