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Lately, there has been news about a new editorial describing possibilities in nutraceutical and pharma developments with ruminant livestock feeding with a paper out soon from our SkyeBlue publications for the Agricultural Sciences (AS) journal of SciRP, of Wuhan PR China.
Here is the "bucket list" we have outlined which we serve as topical discussion points for the commentary paper on benefits to animal health and welfare, feasibility for implementation in the near future with academia and industry and any potential risks they still pose as technologies.
Our Topical Areas for Discussion:
1) Single Cell Protein (SCP) protected as source of rumen microbial PFAAs and efficient biomass synthesis in rumen digestion.
2) 'Clean meat' fermentation, peptidase processed and protected by pelleting in a matrix for rumen protein digestion and digestive health and immunity.
3) Functional HI-HIS and HI-ARG from biologic direct-applied single cell protein (SCP) fermentation for regulated metabolic boosting of histidine (HIS) and arginine (ARG) production or cell synthesis and protected from rumen digestion for escape as a LBM growth or dairy milk promoter.
4) Escape SCFAs feed additives (e. g. Butyrate) for lower gut health and immunity and growth and development. (See: CP BIO, Henan, PR China)
5) Fructans and other complex CHOs for rumen digestion and animal health benefits as an indigestble sugar to lower gut digestion, body immunity and immune balance.
6) Water-soluble carbohydrates (WSCHO) for rumen energy and efficiency from crop complex CHOs from both forage and grain concentrates. This includes approaches to boosting with direct-applied biologics boosting of water-soluble carbohyrate content, e. g. in grasses and legumes at stage of growth at harvest.
7) A notion about starting research on Vit D2,3 agonists administered intraperitoneally or intravenously by injection including supplements of Ca2+ and Sr2+ for prevention osteoporosis and milk fever in cows and for animal immune health and balance and well-being in general. Usually dietary enrichment such as with bread and milk will serve as a substitute but in areas in the world where dairy is scarcer periodic injection may be accessible at the clinic or nearest druggist, e. g. the Middle East.
8) A notion at this time about pharma of direct-applied genetic regulatory biologics are for rumen and lower gut microbial digestion (via rumen escape). This will serve as an opportunity for improving profitability and logistical productivity on-farm for smaller susbsistence farmers world-wide when realized.
9) A notion for phytobiotic greens in diet from fresh roadside bunds or weeds that are supposedly anti-zoonotics and anti-stress. With a break out with cases of African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) in countries like Vietnam it is being studied how the habit and practice of yardside chewing road side bunds weeds or greens results in better health protection from diseases. "Greens" as feed supplements whether it be pigments (e. g. chlorophyll), essential oils, antioxidants or other phytochemical substances in plants should be grown, extracted and packaged into feed supplements. This might be amalgamated with digestive aids and appetite stimulants for domesticated animals.
10) Phytochemical cardionemics for anti-stress and heart health from spp. like water hyacinth in the Philippines. Here, a cardionemic is defined as addressing heart function (e. g. pumping), blood pressure (b. p.) and pulse rate and even cardiovascular health conditioning of the arteries and other blood vessels.
11) Phytopolyphenolics and phytocarotenoids against animal stress and for welfare or behaviour. This is the most well-known of nutraceuticals from plant sources in feed. They are added routinely for better health and welfare in general including conditioning in animal production.
(c) D. A. Flores. 2023-2050. Skye Blue (SB) Internet. Port Coquitlam, British Colombia Canada V3B 1G3.
Last update of this entry: October 19, 2023