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Field Research Citations

“Peptiva® as a Dietary Supplement for Weanling Pigs”, A. F. Harper, K.E. Webb and J. Zhao, Department of Animal & Poultry Sciences, Virginia Tech, Blackburg, VA, April 2003

“Effects of Peptiva® on the Performance and Intestinal Morphology of Broiler Chicks”, Kirk Klasing, Professor, Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis, May 2003.

“Effects of Dietary Supplement of Peptiva® in Shrimp Feed”, Guangdong Wendeng Aquaulture Farm, Guangdong, China, June, 2002“Bioactive Product Peptiva® as Dietary Supplement in Duck Feed”, W. X. Hu, Department of Animal Sciences, China Central Agriculture University, April 2002.

“European Eel Feed Intake Trial of Bioactive Product Peptiva®”, Q.X. Qian, Aquaculture Sciences Institute, China Central University, July, 2001.
“Comparison of Peptide Product and Other Feed Supplements for Chinese Fresh Water Turtle”, Dongguan Lukai Enterprises, Guangdong, China, September, 2001

“Effects of Green Feed Supplement-Peptide Product in Swine Diet”, W.Y. Li, C.M. Yin, Y.R. He, W.E. Hu, Y.J. Zhang, Fushan Institute of Sciences, Guangdong, China, 2002

"Effect of Peptides Product Vita-M Fac in Post Weaned Swine Piglets Diet", Wang Monping, Yu aimei, Wang Bilian, Zhou Wei, Central China Agriculture University, the Chinese Feed Research 2000, Volume 6, Page 24-25

"Effect of Peptides Product Vita-M Fac in Swine Starter Diet", Wang Bilian, Zhou Wei, Wang Monping, Xie Defeng Central China Agriculture University, the Chinese Feed Research 2000, Volume 8, Page 38-39

"Utilization of Starter PS as Protein Source for Weanling Piglets", Srisuwan Chomchai, Associate Professor, Department of Animal Science, Kasetsart University, Nakhorn Pathom, Thailand, 2000

"Trial Effects of Vita-M Fac Replacing Fishmeal in Animal Feeds", Chen Hua De, Shan Zhi Da, Feng Fei, Yang Yun Lin Xiao Liang Shun Jiangsu Province Nantong City Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary.

ABSTRACT: Adding 0.3%-0.8% of Vita-m Fac (1/10 to 1/6 of fishmeal inclusion rate) to replace Peruvian fishmeal in animal feed ration (include layer, broiler, broiler breeder, duck breeder, and weaned piglet), its effects, include weight gained, survival rate, egg/hen day, egg weight, broken egg rate, fertility rate, hatched rate, feed/gain ratio, and general health status, were all shown better than control group. Economic returns were 27% to 129% better than control group. The final feed costs per ton were 40 to 150 Yuan lower. Two other similar products were shown inferior to Vita-M Fac. Therefore, we conclude that Vita-M Fac is the best fishmeal replacement ingredient in animal feed. This product has helped to relief the high cost, unstable supply, and difficult in transport of fishmeal. It could greatly enhance the development of livestock and feed industry.Key Words: Vita-M Fac, Fishmeal, Feed/Gain Ratio, Economic Return, Livestock.

"Effects of Vita-M Fac Replacing Fishmeal in Swine Starter Diet", Chan Hong Zhao Department of Animal Husbandry, Jiangsu Province, China, Hu Pai Quan, Ling Tian Xing, Chao Qin Zhong Ju Rong College of Agriculture, Jiangsu, China, 1998

"The Effects of Using Vita-M Fac Replacing Peruvian Fishmeal in Layer's Diet", Chan De-Hua, Shan Zhi-Da Nantong City Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Jiangsu Province, PR of China January 28, 1996

"The Effects of Replacing Peruvian Fishmeal with Vita-M Fac in Broilers' Diet", Chan De-Hua, Shan Zhi-Da, Yang Yun-Lin, Pong Hong-Jun Nantong City Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services, Jiangsu Province, PR of China

"Effects of Vita-M Fac Replacing Imported Fishmeal in Growing Pig", Lu Ke Wen, MS, Researcher, Shanghai Feed Quality Monitoring StationWu Qi Lin, General Manage, Animal Nutritionist Shanghai Starlight Farm Zhang Chai Xin, Veterinarian Shanghai Starlight Farm, 1995

 

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