amipro® is produced using a unique patented process which doubles the amount of bypass protein in soybean meal.
Method of production
Soybean meal is well known as a highly valuable protein source because of its high protein content and amino acid composition. amipro is produced using a unique patented process which doubles the amount of bypass protein in soybean meal. The process of cross linking of a polymer with the soya protein creates a bond which the rumen microbes cannot break. This bond is a physical blockage to the microbial enzymes, preventing them from binding to the protein chain, and thus from acting in their accepted fashion. Since all protease enzymes require specific binding sites in order to act, this stearic hindrance (blocking effect) decreases the amount of digestion which can be accomplished during the time that the protein is in the rumen. During production of amipro, careful process control procedures ensure that the proteins become highly rumen undegradable but retain the high intestinal digestibility similar to untreated soybean meal.
The producers of amipro are committed to produce and deliver products of desired specifications on time, by involvement and active participation of their work force at all levels, to achieve customer satisfaction.