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Christmas Closure Letter 2016

31st October 2016

Dear Valued Customer,

With the Christmas and New Year period fast approaching and becoming a busy time, we wish to encourage all premix orders […]

BEC and ICC launches “Hilyses” in Australia

BEC and ICC launches “Hilyses” in Australia
30.10.15 Brisbane

LEADER in premixes, ingredients and stock feed commodities BEC Feed Solutions recently launched a new feed additive into […]

Effect of Carbohydrases Complex in Broilers Feeds Under Hot Climate Conditions

This study demonstrates the beneficial effect of a carbohydrase complex (i.e. Rovabio® Advance L) on growth performance of broilers fed corn-soybean meal-based diets with reduced […]

Comparing Organic Selenium

We share with you a newly published technical report “Comparing Organic Selenium Sources” by Dr. Pierre-André Geraert, Dr. Mickaël Briens, Dr. Yves Mercier and Dr. […]

Today

Today BEC Feed Solutions is still striving to provide our customers with the best premixes, feed ingredients, feed commodities and services.

Feed Ration Production – Getting the mixture right

Ensuring consistency in feed rations is essential to maximising the bottom line of commercial livestock producers. It requires a combination of quality ingredients, rigorous mixing […]

2015

BEC Regional Asia Pacific Week

All BEC operations came together to Brisbane to have a conference week

Managing oxidative stress to improve piglet health

Piglets are born with very low levels of immune potential or antioxidants, which makes the young animals vulnerable for all kinds of pathogens. It is […]

The benefits gained from new selenium

Organic selenium becomes more effective as new pure selenium molecules hit the market.  The antioxidant seleno-hydroxy-methionine is able to target the right spot in the […]

A new pure organic selenium source based on seleno-hydroxy-methionine: a new efficient alternative for broilers

This work aimed investigating the relative selenium deposition in breast muscles of broilers depending on the selenium sources and dietary levels…

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