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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

06/06/2017: Alternative to AGP use at IndoLivestock

Dr Glenn Alfred S. Ferriol,
Area Manager for Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines
Image courtesy of Nutriad
 Nutriad has rolled out a programme presented as an alternative to AGP use at IndoLivestock, Surabaya, Indonesia. 

 IndoLivestock 2017 was a successful event that was used by Nutriad to showcase its programs for the replacement of antibiotic and the complete range of mycotoxin management products. 

 Dr Glenn Alfred S. Ferriol, Area Manager for Indonesia, Malaysia & Philippines stated, “It’s becoming more exciting for Nutriad as there has been an overwhelming interest from the farmers, feed mills and integrators to know more about Nutriad’s alternative to antibiotics. Two years ago, Nutriad had the approval of the target-release precisely delivered butyrate –ADIMIX Precision in Indonesia which gave way for an effective and consistent alternative to AGPs’ in the market with and extra benefit on food safety programs specifically against SALMONELLA. Adimix Precision has also been demonstrated to be effective in helping pigs recover quickly from the negative effect of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED)."

 Nutriad also showcased the complete range of mycotoxin inactivators and its supporting services. With the completion of registration for Nutriad’s entire portfolio of mycotoxin management products including UNIKE®, TOXY-NIL® PLUS, TOXY-NIL®, ADSORBATE® & MOLD-NIL® through our distributor KALBE FARMA, Nutriad will be able to offer the Indonesian market that complete solution for mycotoxin risk management using our mycotoxin rapid test system and mobile app “MYCOMAN”.

BK Chew, APAC Director, Nutriad's Director for APAC
Image courtesy of Nutriad
 BK Chew, APAC Director, Nutriad’s Director for APAC concluded, “Indonesia is one of a handful of countries in Asia that has enjoyed a growth of 300 percent in feed production over the last 15 years. This growth is staggering and at Nutriad, we have continued to pay close attention and will continue to invest in Indonesia in manpower and distribution. Feedback from industry at the Indolivestock showed how our collaborative approach to the market is appreciated and valued. With the implementation of the strict regulation in AGP use by end of the year, Nutriad is well positioned to work alongside producers to define solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s challenges on the pressure of AGP use."

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