The application of exogenous feed enzymes in poultry diets has become a common practice. Poultry feed enzymes help with the proper growth and development of broilers. It also helps to reduce the adverse effects of antinutritional factors and improve digestion of dietary components and broiler performance. Responses to enzyme supplementation are often variable, and the reasons contributing to the observed variability are discussed. Though there are opportunities to enhance nutrient utilization with enzyme supplementation, there can be physiological limits to achievable responses. The pH and retention time impose these limits within the digestive tract. Nutritional strategies to, at least partly, overcome these limits need to be explored. Some of the potential approaches include feeding to restore the functionality of crop and gizzard, as well as the use of unconventionally high doses of enzymes. Anticipated future development of better forms of feed enzymes also lowers the physiological barriers.
It is a special formulation of PSP enzymes that consist of probiotics used as feed enzymes for poultry birds, which helps them in growth and health. It consists of various enzymes and probiotics like pectinase, cellulase acids, xylanase etc, which helps in the proper breakdown of feed. It also efficiently extracts vital nutrients from the feed leading to better nutrition and broiler performance.