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How bacteria build an enzyme that destroys climate-changing laughing gas

New research from the University of East Anglia reveals how soil bacteria build the only known enzyme for the destruction of the potent global warming and ozone-depleting gas nitrous oxide. Prof Nick Le Brun from UEA’s School of Chemistry, said: “It is well known that some bacteria can ‘breathe’ N2O in environments where oxygen (O2) […]

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Everyday enzymes, now grown in plants

The jeans you wear, the orange juice you drink, the laundry detergent you use: None would be possible without the activity of enzymes. Currently the enzymes used in industry are produced through an expensive, laborious process, requiring cold storage. But an innovative new approach, ushered in by research from Penn’s School of Dental Medicine, is […]

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Tannin-free sorghum: normal for EU countries

EU sorghum varieties are tannin free. This is beneficial to use as a feed ingredient in animal diets.

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Biologists have studied enzymes that help wheat to fight fungi

Scientists studied reaction of wheat to damage caused by pathogenic fungi

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Effect of Belfeed in lactating sows

On the 5th of February, Jose Wavreille, Researcher at the Agronomic Research Center of the Walloon Region in Belgium was present at the “Journée de la Recherché Porcine” in France. He presented a poster with the results of a study performed in his facilities with Belfeed. Belfeed improved the performance of the sows during lactation, increasing […]

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Fiber composition in rice coproducts revealed in Illinois study

University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

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Recent advances in fermented feed for broilers

Improve of performance, gastrointestinal tract microecology and immune response

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EU citizens want more transparent food safety studies

The EU is making it easier for citizens to have access to scientific studies underpinning decisions in the field of food safety on issues such as pesticides

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Cereals use chemical defenses in a multifunctional manner against different herbivores

Plants rely on their toxins not only to fend off caterpillars but also to regulate defense mechanisms against aphids

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EU protein plan should include more protein sources

The algae and insect sectors call for a wide EU Protein Plan targeting at ‘new’ protein sources.

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Everyday enzymes, now grown in plants

The jeans you wear, the orange juice you drink, the laundry detergent you use: None would be possible without the activity of enzymes. Currently the enzymes used in industry are produced through an expensive, laborious process, requiring cold storage. But an...

Industrialaan 25
1702 Groot-Bijgaarden
Belgium

info@belfeed.com

Please feel free to contact us!