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ZIVO Bioscience, NutriQuest begin poultry trials

May 11, 2017
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

kdropcapseego Harbor, Michigan-based ZIVO Bioscience, Inc., a company dedicated to the development and commercialization of nutritional compounds and bioactive molecules derived from its proprietary algal strains, has announced that the Company has executed a definitive agreement with NutriQuest, an innovative leader in animal health and nutrition solutions, to jointly test and develop animal nutrition products for livestock and poultry.

The definitive agreement also grants NutriQuest a worldwide license to market the resulting products under its brand name. The first step, a broiler study to begin understanding the full potential value of ZIVO biomass as a feed ingredient, is already underway.

This joint product initiative helps speed ZIVO’s entry into global markets and significantly enhances adoption of any new products emanating from the joint effort.

NutriQuest has built a successful solutions-oriented practice with global reach, providing credibility and market visibility. With a large US swine customer base and growth in the poultry, ruminant and international sectors, the NutriQuest portfolio of solutions includes research-based feed additives, protein technologies, nutritional monitoring services, water quality products, and humane euthanasia technology, among others that improve performance and cost position to the producer.

ZIVO continues to ramp up production of algal biomass to meet the needs of the joint effort and related compliance requirements, such as the months-long product stability study which commenced in mid-February.

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