Natural Feed Binders in Livestock:Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
Feed binders are important ingredients that are combined with basic feed mix to keep the feed as a whole and prevent them from disintegrating. It also helps to provide essential nutrition to animals and improve their overall growth thus producing safe and nutritious products, and better pellets, with improved digestion, and for preventing diseases in animals. There are natural feed binders such as wheat, guar meal & starch; lignin; bentonite & clay; specialty hydrocolloids; and others. The feed binder segment is witnessing rapid developments in the areas of acquisitions and new product launches, with a focus on increasing efficiency in livestock breeding. There are few patents in the technology area that teaches on the compositions, applications and others. To know more about the claims and embodiments it is worth to go through the patent overview.
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