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Welcome to AVEVE Biochem NV

AVEVE Biochem is part of Group AVEVE, the leading feed and agricultural business in Belgium.

AVEVE Biochem has developed 3 major competences to benefit the feed industry:

  1. Enzymes
  2. Microbial Regulators 
  3. Feed formulation advice

In the enzyme business, AVEVE Biochem is the sole company to combine enzymes with feed formulation.


AVEVE Biochem, your partner for animal nutrition.

 

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Upcoming Events

VIV Asia 2017, March 15 - 17, 2016 - Bangkok, Thailand

From Wednesday 15th to Friday 17th of March 2017, VIV Asia 2017 will take place in Bangkok, Thailand. The VIV Asia is the "International trade show from feed to food for Asia". AVEVE Biochem NV will be represented during this fair with our own booth! You will find us in Hall 102, Booth 1120. Are we going to see you there? 


Latest News

A new dawn in enzymes

An article written by Dr. Erik Vanderbeke, Director of AVEVE Biochem, for the enzyme special of the magazine All About Feed. Find the full article here.

Low Salmonella gut scores with 6/8-glyceride

An article written by Goedele Buyens of AVEVE Biochem NV for the online magazine Pig Progress. Find the full article by clicking here.

New enzyme concepts for broiler nutrition

During the Poultry Focus 2016 in Bangkok, Dr. Erik Vanderbeke, R&D Director of AVEVE Biochem NV, gave a speech about new enzyme concepts for broiler nutrition. You can find his contribution to this congress by clicking here. If you wish to receive more information about this research, feel free to contact us

A combined strategy to reduce Salmonella in pigs

How to reduce Salmonella in pigs without the use of antibiotics? An article written by Leni Kuterna of AVEVE Biochem NV for the special edition of an All About Feed magazine: Pathogens & Prevention. Find the full article here.

Antimicrobial action of caproic acid (C6) ex vivo (E. Coli) and in vivo (LPS-challenge)

How to reduce worldwide piglet morbidity and mortality caused by Escherichia coli? A research by De Keyser K., Buyens G., Kuterna L. and Vanderbeke E. Find out more about it by clicking here.

Nile Tilapia to benefit from NSP-ases in diet

An article written by Leni Kuterna of AVEVE Biochem NV for the special edition of an All About Feed magazine: Feeding the farmed fish. Read the full article here.


AVEVE Biochem NV - Eugeen Meeusstraat 6, 2170 Merksem, Belgium - KBO 0521 849 211 - RPR Merksem
e-mail: avevebiochem@aveve.be - Tel.: +32 3 641 02 17