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Research

May, 2020

Breeder feeding strategies including linPRO show promise for improving skeletal integrity of pullets.

April, 2020

Developmental programming has the greatest application potential for modern chicken production to help meet changing and growing global market demands.

August, 2019

Over the past decade, the benefits of linPRO-R for dairy cattle health and milk production have been demonstrated in controlled research trials; however, commercial data was lacking….until now!

July, 2019

O&T Farms collaborated with the University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre in a multi-disciplinary research project to evaluate the effects of feeding linPRO-R to dairy cattle on the fatty acid profile and sensory characteristics of havarti cheese.

Reza from University of Guelph presented epigenetic research results at ANCC

June, 2019

Developmental programming has the greatest application potential for modern chicken production to help meet changing and growing global market demands.

The concept of developmental programing refers to the ability of specific exposures during pre- and early life to result in epigenetic changes that may impact the development, health and production potential of the offspring.

Amino Acid Digestibility and Apparent Metabolisable Energy of linPRO offers Improved Nutritional Precision for Laying Hens

April, 2019

Amino Acid Digestibility and Apparent Metabolisable Energy of linPRO offers Improved Nutritional Precision for Laying Hens

REGINA, SK., CANADA – O&T Farms Ltd. recently collaborated with researchers from the University of Saskatchewan on a feeding trial to determine amino acid digestibility coefficients and apparent metabolizable energy values (AME) of linPRO in laying hens.

February, 2019

The Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Lacombe Research and Development Centre research feedlot feeding strategies desigened to improve the nutritional value of beef products for consumers.

Animal Scientists from the University of Saskatchewan find that supplementing dairy cow rations with linPRO-R is an effective strategy for increasing the concentration of omega-3 fatty acids in milk while maintaining animal performance.

Performance of Chicks Fed with Combinations of Non-extruded or Extruded Canola, Flax and Peas

Research Abstract

METABOLISM AND NUTRITION

Authors :

P.A. Thacker, B.P. Willing & V.J. Racz (University of Saskatchewan)

Omega-3 Chicken Grocery Retailer Presentation

A presentation that explains the opportunity to market Omega-3 Chicken at grocery retail. Pertinent facts on market demographics.