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Thursday, February 16, 2017

16/02/2017: Improving shrimp growth by 50 percent with new innovation

by Mrs Sofia Zenagui, Global Specialty Brand Manager, Adisseo

A trial performed in India demonstrates that adding Selisseo®, hydroxy-selenomethionine, to the diets improves the growth of shrimps by more than 50 percent after 85 days of culture


Selisseo® is the new pure form of organic selenium, hydroxy-selenomethionine, developed by Adisseo.
 


It is highly efficient in promoting the functional form of selenium, selenocysteine.

Selenocysteine is indeed the key constituent of selenoproteins that play a major role in the maintenance and regulation of antioxidant systems.

Such source of organic selenium provides animals with enhanced stress resistance and optimal growth performance.

Its efficacy has been demonstrated by more than 25 studies conducted across species: broilers breeders, piglets and dairy cows.

A new trial carried out under supervision of Dr Antony Jesu Prabhu, in India, also proves its better efficiency on shrimps (Litopaenus vannamei) when compared with sodium selenite.


Read the full article HERE.

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