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Recent Scientific Criteria of Vitamins & Minerals Quality Assurance for Poultry Nutrition Conference
Sun Rise Hotel - Sharm El Sheikh
10th to 13th March 2014

Multi Vita 1st Annual Scientific Conference 2014 with collaboration of Adisseo Company and Zinpro Animal Nutrition...
Mycotoxins and their effects on the intestinal integrity of Poultry seminar
Hilton Dream 6th of October
3rd June 2013

Scientific seminar for Multi Vita Animal Nutrition & Neovia Animal Nutrition
“Update of 5 years Research and development Results”...
Health Nutrition Solutions Seminar
Hilton Dream 6th of October
21th May 2013

Scientific seminar for Multi Vita animal nutrition & DuPont / Danisco Animal Nutrition...
Multi Vita in Agrena Exhibition 2013
6th to 8nd June 2013
Multi solutions For Poultry Pelleted Feed Quality & Efficiency Seminar
Jolie Ville Hotel - Sharm El Sheikh
23rd to 25th October 2011

Scientific Program Seminar - Bredol Day » 23rd October 2011 - Phodimet Day » 24th October 2011 - Microvit day » 25th October 2011 Check more details in the seminar brochure below...
Multi Vita in Agrena Exhibition 2010
Cairo - Egypt
30th June to 2nd July 2011
Multi Vita is ISO 22000:2005 certified

18th March, 2011

Multi Vita has the pleasure to announce that it is ISO 22000:2005 certified In recognition of Multi Vita's Food Safety Management System that complies with ISO 22000:2005 on the 18th March, 2011. C...
Round Table Seminar
Sharm El Sheikh - Domina Coral Bay Oasis Hotel
7th to 10th December 2010

Fighting the Hidden Enemies in our Diary Farms
Mycotoxins & SARA

Multi Vita in Agrena Exhibition 2010
Cairo - Egypt
1st to 3rd July 2010
Sharm El Sheikh Round Table Seminar
Sofitel Sharm El Sheikh
8th to 11th June 2010
Nanotechnology and The Modern Trends in Animal Nutrition
Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt
Sunday, March 28, 2010

The Department of Animal Production at the Faculty of Agriculture in Mansoura University has organized a seminar on "Nanotechnology and The Modern Trends in Animal Nutrition". The seminar has been...
Feed Hygiene & Intestinal Integrity in Poultry Farms
Marsa Alam
25th to 26th Febraury 2009

Multi Vita has organized round table seminar in Marsa Alam city. The participants in this seminar was around 100 of Poultry producers & owners, Technical & Consultants, Veterinarians and Poultry Nu...
MULTI VITA PRODUCTS (Feed Additives for Production Challenges)
| All Products | RUMIYEAST | CAP'ACID | T5X |
Nutritional utilization..

The efficiency of the Live Yeast..

RUMIYEAST is a very large amount of living yeasts of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, with a huge fermentative capacity, mixed with BUFFER and PALATABILITY factors.

In an attempt to provide sufficient energy to high-producing and early lactating cows, the proportion of high starch concentrates in the diet is increased at the expense of fiber or forage content.

Diets which are high in concentrates are highly fermented in the rumen and are considered potentially acidogenic.

Excessive starch fermentation by the rumen microbes produces large amounts of volatile fatty acids (VFA), which are an important energy source for the cow.

However, if the starch supply to the rumen exceeds the capacity of favorable rumen microorganisms to digest the starch and convert it to VFA, the unfavorable microorganisms will, instead convert it to undesirable lactic acid, more stronger acid 10 times than the VFA.

Inadequate removal of these VFA and Lactic Acid from the rumen via absorption through the rumen wall leads to accumulation in the rumen.

Accumulation of VFA and Lactic Acid in the rumen will decrease the ruminal pH and leads to lactic acidosis as a result.

This, in turn, induces a hardened rumen wall, a consequence of reduced blood flow to the rumen epithelium. Through damaged rumen wall, Fusobacterium necrophorum butyric acid producing bacteria, can reach the portal blood and causes liver abscesses. Presence of liver abscesses can impair milk production, because the liver is a key organ involved in the synthesis of glucose and protein precursors for milk lactose and protein synthesis.

The most common clinical sign of acidosis is laminitis and a decrease in feed intake.

This disease cannot be treated, but it can be prevented.

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