Biovet International Symposium for China 2021
On September 23, 2021, Biovet S.A. will organize a special Symposium for the Chinese market in collaboration with Beijing Distributor Chengzhi Zhonghe.
On September 23, 2021, Biovet S.A. will organize a special Symposium for the Chinese market in collaboration with Beijing Distributor Chengzhi Zhonghe. This time, the sessions will be online, via Zoom and will begin at 8.30 a.m. (CEST)
The first session, presented by Dr. JÃºlia PiÃ©, will describeÂ the challenges faced by the digestive system of poultry and pigs, presenting images of clinical cases according to their location in the digestive tract, and including diseases caused by microorganisms, mycotoxins or nutritional deficiencies. This first session will allow to detail the solutions of Biovet S.A. to combat these challenges.
Alquermold Natural to combat microorganisms that affect the digestive system
First of all, with the help ofÂ Alquermold Natural, in the case of microorganisms that can affect the digestive system.Â Alquermold NaturalÂ is a natural compound withÂ powerful bactericidal and fungicidal activity, based on the synergy between the cimenol ring, an active compound of botanical origin, and citric acid. It is effective as aÂ natural preservativeÂ for feedÂ and as a natural antimicrobial.
In the following session, Dr. Maria Soriano will present the Biovet program for mycotoxin risk management, and the benefits ofÂ Alquerfeed Antitox, a mycotoxin binder designedÂ for the selective bind of mycotoxins, which does not interact with other components of the diet, as vitamins and amino acids.
Improve intestinal welfare with Alquernat Nebsui
On the other hand, we will also talk aboutÂ Alquernat Nebsui, a natural solution basedÂ on intestinal conditioner pronutrients, molecules of botanical origin thatÂ improve the physiology and structure of the digestive mucosa, increasing the absorptionÂ of nutrients andÂ the defensive functionÂ of the intestine, promoting intestinal welfare. This solution will be exposed by Dr. David Diez in his presentation.
Finally, Dr. Zhang will give a brief introduction to a problem closely related to intestinal health, such as plantar lesions in birds, as well as their origin, consequences and prevention tools, with a focus onÂ AVAL 9, aÂ vitamin supplement rich in biotin, soon available in China.