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Apr
2018

A new scientific publication presented at the Algaeurope 2017 Conference in Berlin CMI Roullier-Nuwen by Setalg

A new scientific publication presented at the Algaeurope 2017 Conference in Berlin CMI Roullier-Nuwen by Setalg

Written by Groupe Roullier / published in Innovation

At the beginning of December, the Animal Nutrition R&D team from the CMI Roullier presented a new scientific publication at the most recent Algaeurope conference held in Berlin. 

Since 2015, this conference has represented a unique annual opportunity for exchange between academics and international manufacturers on the topic of algae

It also provides an insight into new scientific advances in this field, whilst simultaneously providing an opportunity to develop new partnerships and projects on this theme. 
It is within this context that we have presented our work in collaboration with the Development team of our subsidiary Nuwen by Setalg, which is based on the largest field of brown algae in Europe, and selects and processes varieties of algae required for our various solutions in Plant and Animal Nutrition

The studies focused on the seasonality of certain varieties of brown algae (Ascophyllum nodosum and Fucus vesiculosus) that are common in northern Brittany. 
Harvested in spring and summer, it has been demonstrated that these algae had much improved effects on the fermentation of food in the rumen (stomach) of dairy cows, as well as on improving digestibility, than if they were harvested at other times of the year. 

The CMI Roullier is therefore strengthening its expertise on algae in the field of Animal Nutrition thanks to this new scientific insight. 

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