Study shows stability of MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE

first_imgThe William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute has released two studies that compared six rumen-protected lysine (RPL) products for both the release of lysine over a 24-hour period in high and low moisture total mixed rations (TMR) and the efficacy of rumen protection of RPL products after mechanical mixing in TMRs.In the first study, after 24-hour exposure in TMRs with either 40 percent dry matter (DM) or 52 percent DM, only 3.8 percent of the lysine in Metabolys BY-PASS LYSINE was lost.advertisementadvertisement This data suggest that the H.J. Baker product can be used in once-daily feeding programs with minimal lysine product loss occurring.In the second study, Metabolys BY-PASS LYSINE was placed in Dacron bags, mixed for 6 minutes in a TMR and placed in the rumen for 0, 6, 12 and 24 hours. A 13.5 percent lysine loss was reported.The Miner Institute study supports a University of Georgia study of six rumen/duodenal cannulated cows. The results of the University of Georgia cannulated cow study for MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE showed 88.89 percent rumen bypass of lysine and 79.37 percent digestibility of lysine in the small intestine.“We are honored to have the Miner Institute include MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE in their study and we are very pleased our product performed so well,” said H.J. Baker’s Danny Wright.”This third party research validates the performance of MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE.” PDadvertisement—From H.J. Baker news releaselast_img

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