The Asperguillus oryzae (AO) strain in Zymace helps stimulate appetite by delivering higher yields of energy and protein from feed especially during times of low feed intake. Asperguillus oryzae has been shown to stimulate fiber-digesting microorganisms to help ensure optimal digestion and absorption of vital nutrients. Zymace is a potent fermentation enhancement product that:
- Helps to improve rumen fermentation processes and capacity.
- Helps to increase essential microbial numbers and activity.
- Helps to enhance and promote improved digestion.
- Helps to increase dry matter intake.
- Helps to increase milk production.
- Helps to decrease body temperature during heat stress.
- Helps to stabilize rumen pH.
- Helps to improve overall health and immune function.
- Helps to improve weight gain potential and shrink recovery.
- Helps to maintain its effectiveness and performance advantages even in the presence of antibiotics.
- Can be used in all natural feeding programs.
- Helps increase feed intake and enhance digestibility.
- Helps improve feed conversion.
- Can enhance performance and growth of all animal groups.
- Provides increased profitability and excellent cost-benefit ratio.
|Size||Available in Quart, Gallon & 55 Gallon Drum|
|Product Form||Granules, Liquid, Pellet|
Flexible Packaging Options: Granular and Pellets: 50 lbs (22.7 kgs) multi-liner bag
Liquid: Quart (0.9 L), Gallon (3.8L), 55 Gallon (208 L) Drum
Why Use Enzymes?
Every living creature depends on enzymes. As a matter of fact, no life is possible without them. The main reasons for using enzymes in feed are to overcome the anti-nutitive effects of viscous non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) in grains. These substances can interfere with "normal" digestion, causing poor performance and digestive disorders. Zymace is a natural, multi-enzyme complex produced by a specific strain of Aspergillus oryzae (AO).
Rumen fungi spores such as AO attach to the fiber in feeds, forages and other dry matter, and forms fungal rhizoid branches into the fed. This brings about the first step of breakdown of feed along with essential fungal enzyme secretion. These fungal actions give bacteria direct access to the forage which leads to the production of metabolites, peptides, and most importantly, volatile fatty acids (VFAs), the animal's primary source of energy.
Zymace added to the ration stimulates the growth rate of benefiial fungi and bacteria, thus enhancing rumen fermentation. This is achieved by Zymace's ability to cause more sporulation of fungus and greater branching of fungal rhizoids, which, in turn, increases enzyme secretion and is also responsible for more fiber degradation. This allows more surface area for the beneficial fiber-digesting bacteria to attach to the forage. This increases microbial production and activity, resulting in prodection of more VFAs in the rumen. Consequently, more energy and protein is produced in the lower gastrointestinal tract. This stimulation of rumen microorganisms helps cattle get more energy and protein from the feed they eat with increased feedstuff degradation and improved bioavailability