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FEED STORAGE

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Good storage is essential because the value of the feed presented to animals depends on it. Feed spoils during storage -whether it deteriorates quickly or slowly- is partly due to its quality when it is received but very largely on how it is stored. All types of ingredient, as well …

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Storing feed in fibreglass silos

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We can state that fibreglass silos are the ideal solution for feed storage in humid and salt-saturated atmospheric conditions, such as on islands, peninsulas and in coastal areas, and wherever temperature fluctuations between day and night, summer and winter are particularly relevant. Mario Ardenghi Export ManagerAGRITECH SRL Agritech srl, a …

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Healthy Feed Silos

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If we list the advantages of using feed silos; in this method, service is provided directly from the feed producer instead of the feed seller. Silos are filled in a very short time. Therefore, long-term porterage work is not required during feed shipment. It provides different usage areas by discharging …

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R&D applications for aquafeed extrudates

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Laboratory-scale testing to determine appropriateness for species and sustainability Providing a proper supply of protein for the world’s continuously increasing population is a tremendous global challenge. Consumption of fish and seafood is traditionally anchored in many dietary cultures and recommended as a significant source of protein for nutritional enhancement. However, …

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Live Yeast: Ensuring its viability for optimal efficacy

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The viability of a probiotic is a key parameter to ensure its metabolic activity once ingested by the animal. Many experts insist that probiotics must be alive and viable to exert an effect on the microflora within the digestive system.                 INTRODUCTION Over …

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Extrusion cooking of feed components – a path to effective feed

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Food safety is a topic frequently discussed at the level of global and European institutions. The growth of human population (predicted to reach 9.5 billion by 2050), as well as an improvement in living standards call for an ever-increasing food production. The menacing prospects of climatic changes, linked to a …

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FEED SAFETY

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Safe animal feed is important for the health of animals, the environment and for the safety of foods of animal origin. There are many examples of the close link between the safety of animal feed and the foods we eat. For instance, mammalian meat and bone meal (MBM) was banned …

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Assessment of Salmonella inactivation in lab scale

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Contaminated feed represents one of the first introduction pathways for Salmonella and other Enterobacteriaceae into the food value chain. One potential measure to reduce this risk is targeted heat treatment of the feedstuff. But for the implementation of heat treatment as a validated “kill-step” systematic studies are still lacking. Dr. …

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Feed Bunk Management and Contribution to Feed Safety in Dairy Cattle Farming

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The feeder management provides the amount of feed needed by cattle for high performance, allowing for profitable production. Many problems that are experienced today lie in the lack of attention to feed management. The feeder management practices are herd management application that affects cattle farms, revenue generation, and economic sustainability …

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