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BM Vietnam:  21 December 2022

BM Nutrition Inspire Day: A Successful Forum Highlighting Solutions to Replace AGP and Reducing The Environmental Impact of Raw Materials

On 9 December 2022, the Behn Meyer Animal Nutrition Division organised a whole-day seminar at the Le Meridien Hotel Sai Gon, in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City.
More than 50 key customers attended and shared their interest towards the theme of the day: "Solution to Optimise Feed Production Cost and Managing Intestinal Integrity by Behn Meyer."

The agenda was segmented into four sessions, with Prof. Nguyen Tat Toan from Nong Lam University opening the event with his talk on Intestinal Health Immune impacts on animal performance. During his session, he explained the immune system's mechanisms to protect the animal and the ways to modulate it to avoid overconsumption of energy.

The next session was introduced by Mr Ton That Quynh Duc from the Behn Meyer team on the next generation product: Intra Dysovinol. During his presentation, Mr Duc unfolded swine dysentery and exposed why Intra Dysovinol is the first non-antibiotic treatment to tackle this issue by a wide range of empiric results.
Then, Prof. Nguyen Quang Thieu took the lead in sharing updates regarding the raw materials in Vietnam and the solutions to reduce feed costs. After presenting a clear set of economic data, Prof. Thieu described the interest in nutrition management through the support of supplements and quality control.
The day was concluded with a talk from Dr Kajorn Kesnava from Alzchem Trostberg GmbH on Energy for healthy growth – Creamino. This presentation reminded the importance of adding guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) to the diets and all its associated benefits, such as increased meat quality and performance improvement.

Overall, this interactive day reuniting Behn Meyer, Alzchem and their key customers confirms the need to develop antibiotic growth promoters-free alternatives for the Vietnamese market while enhancing the welfare and well-being of animals with cost-saving solutions.
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