Amasil Formic Acid Approved for US Poultry Market

Jamie Johansen

BASF and Balchem Corporation received FDA approval to launch Amasil® formic acid in poultry diets in the United States. Amasil was recently introduced in the U.S. for swine, and has been successfully used in poultry diets around the world. It is considered the most potent organic acid for feed acidification. By lowering the feed pH, Amasil creates a less favorable …

BASF & Balchem Introduce Amasil

Jamie Johansen

BASF and Balchem Corporation introduced Amasil® during the 2016 World Pork Expo. The formic acid has been approved for use by swine producers in the United States. In pig diets, Amasil is considered the most potent organic acid for feed acidification by simply lowering the pH of the feed. The less favorable environment for bacteria reduces feed-borne pathogens and decreases …

BASF & Balchem Collaborate on Product for Swine Industry

Jamie Johansen

BASF and Balchem Corporation are working together to bring next generation feed efficiency and health products to the North American swine industry. This relationship will open the door to a portfolio of products and technologies that improve feed hygiene, safety and overall animal performance. Look for offerings at World Pork Expo, June 8-10 in Des Moines, Iowa. “Our alliance with …