Improved fiber breakdown leads to increased overall feed digestibility, including amino acids
The global digestibility of poultry diets can be improved by addressing the main anti-nutritional factors present in cereals: arabinoxylan chains. The actions of xylanases and the de-branching enzymes arabinofuranosidases are key. Their synergistic action efficiently breaks down the fiber structures, making nutrients more available for endogenous and exogenous enzymes to work on. This feedase effect improves the global digestibility of nutrients, including energy, phosphorus and amino acids.