An emulsifier is a molecule containing a water soluble head and a lipid soluble tail. An emulsifier stabilizes a mixture of two liquids that are normally immiscible (emulsion eg. Oil-in-Water). Emulsifiers bind on the surface between water and oil (interface).
Bile salts play the role of natural emulsifiers in the gastro-intestinal tract
Importance of an exogenous emulsifier
- Efficiency demonstrated in vitro and in vivo (digestibility trials and zootechnical trials)
- Stimulates the growth performance of broilers
- Results in more homogeneous flocks
Please contact us or your distributor for more information.
BETALAY, a new concept based on betaine and organic acids. It reduces the feed conversion and improves the quality of albumen in laying chickens, broilers and turkey breeders.