Recently, Biovet S.A. has carried out a trail in Japan to evaluate the efficacy of Alquernat Nebsui, product based on intestinal conditioner pronutrients, in laying hens in hot environments. The general conclusions demonstrate that the administration of the product improves the status of the digestive mucosa and increases nutrients absorption. As a result, laying rate and egg weigh are increased.
During hot seasons, laying rate may be affected by the high temperatures. This phenomenon results in lower egg production and eggshell disorders. Another stressful factor for layers is age. As the age of layers increases, they ability to absorb nutrients decreases as well as the production, size of eggs and eggshells problems.
In this context, Biovet S.A. carried out a trial in a commercial farm in Japan to study the use of Alquernat Nebsui as an intestinal physiology optimizer and as an intestinal absorption enhancer during hot seasons.
Results shown an improvement of the physiological status of the intestine that results in a higher production of eggs (6.2%) and in an increase of egg weight (0.5 grams per egg), keeping the qualities of the eggshell.
The benefits were achieved thanks to an improvement of the intestinal mucosa that helps to increase nutrients absorption and animals can produce more and bigger eggs.
In 2018, Biovet had already developed a trial in the Mississippi State University in which the effect of Alquernat Nebsui on productive parameters in laying hens was proven.
Results shown better productive parameters with a higher laying rate (+2.9%) and better FCR. In addition, higher content in carotenes in the yolk was observed in the treated batch what showed that intestinal absorption was increased.
Alquernat Nebsui is a product based on intestinal conditioner pronutrients. Pronutrients are natural active molecules that can optimize the intestinal physiology, improve digestion and intestinal absorption. In addition, they increase the mineral absorption at the intestinal level and allow to maintain and improve the parameters of laying.
Tags: additives for animal nutrition, Alquernat Nebsui, egg, laying hens