Feed additives are defined as products used in animal nutrition for improving the quality of feed or the animals’ performance and health. They may be classified as technological, sensory, nutritional, or zootechnical additives.

Information regarding new products, dosage, time of application, or return on investment is critical to ensure that additives are included efficiently in the diets. The DKC’s team selects, evaluates, and summarizes the latest research published in scientific journals involving additives fed to dairy cattle.