Flubenol Oral Wormer for Pigs and Chickens (flubendazole)

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Hemicell™

Hemicell™ (β-Mannanase)

The energy sparing enzyme
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Hemicell™ (β-Mannanase)

The energy sparing enzyme

β-Mannans (beta-galactomannans) are antinutritive fibres found in common feed ingredients, including soybean meal and other leguminous feeds.1 β-Mannans have a molecular pattern similar to some pathogens, which triggers a Feed-Induced Immune Response (FIRR) in pigs. This unnecessary innate immune system stimulation consumes energy and other valuable nutrients.2,3
HemicellTM breaks down β-mannans to spare energy for performance. Whilst most enzyme products are energy-releasing enzymes – they “open up” feed components the animal is unable to access on its own – HemicellTM is an energy-sparing enzyme. By breaking down β-mannans in feed, HemicellTM minimises the metabolisable energy (ME) loss caused by the FIRR from β-mannans, allowing more energy to be available for growth and performance.3,4

Important Safety Information

Always read and follow the label directions.

NO WITHHOLDING PERIOD APPLIES

Directions For Use

Add 0.22 - 0.40 kg of Hemicell™ HT directly into the feed mixer per metric ton of feed. Hemicell™ HT is intended for use in feed that will be pelleted as it has been shown to retain more than 80% activity under pelleting temperatures up to 88 °C.

References

  1. Hsiao, H., Anderson, D. and Dale, N. 2006. "Levels of β-mannan in Soybean Meal." Poultry Sci. 85: 1430-1432.
  2. Ausubel, F. 2005. "Are innate immune signaling pathways in plants and animals conserved?" Nature Immunol. 6(10): 973-979.
  3. Zhang, L. and Tizard, I. (1996). “Activation of a mouse macrophage cell line by acemannan: The major carbohydrate fraction from Aloe vera gel.” Immunopharmacology. 35, 119-128.
  4. Korver, D. 2006. "Overview of the Immune Dynamics of the Digestive System." J. Appl. Poultry Res. 15: 123-135.