Fumaric Acid as A Feed Acidifier in Ruminants:Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
Fumaric acid (FA) as feed supplement has the potential to decrease methanetion as well as increase glucogenesis, but quantity fed has to be restricted because of a risk of acidosis and a consequent decrease in fibre breakdown and feed intake. Fumaric acid is currently authorised as a preservative in feeding stuff for all animal species. The use of fumaric acid in animal nutrition will not pose a risk to the environment. Fumaric acid has value as a food preservative only in the presence of significant moisture. There are patents filed recently on fumaric acid for animals teaching on the compositions, effects, dosages and much more. To know more about the claims and embodiments it is worth going through the patent overview.
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