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PROTEIN DEFICIT IN THE FEED SECTOR AND INSECTS

As it is often mentioned, the increase in population and the increase in demand for animal products do not seem to be fulfilled by today’s production understanding and volumes. At this point, insects, one of the most important candidates for meeting the protein deficit, bring along various question marks. Our …

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Alternative protein sources to be used in poultry diets

Alternative raw materials can be included to poultry nutrition by studying these alternative protein sources, particularly anti-nutritional factors. If the anti-nutritional factors are eliminated, both the ration costs will decrease and the ration quality will improve significantly. Ertuğrul Yılmaz Korkutelim Yem Feed Safety and Management System Manager Poultry sector has …

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Protein deficit in feed sector and insects as alternative raw material

The demand for alternative protein sources is growing annually as are prices of conventional protein feed sources, such as soybean meal, fish meal, and meat meal. Such limitations are felt predominantly in less developed nations; however, this pressure will spread globally as the human population is expected to reach 9 …

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Insects – filling the protein value gap?

Potential doesn’t become reality without action. The utilisation of insect protein for feedstock in the EU depends on the food business operators and farming sector to advocate strongly for legislative processes that are fit for purpose now (and the future), instead of what conditions they served 20 years ago. Otherwise, …

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Insect production at Wadudu Insect Center

Insects are part of the solution for the future of protein. Together with plant-based products and algae they can help fight the deficit the world will be facing. With a lower footprint than traditional protein and the ability to farm them nearly anywhere in the world Wadudu believes this market …

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RATION PREPARATION IN THE FEED SECTOR

One of the important ways to realize both qualified and cost-efficient production is to minimize the cost of feeding and feed. For this reason, it is of great importance to prepare rations correctly in the feed sector. Ingredients containing at least one of the animal’s nutrients, which are taken orally …

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Ration Preparation

In today’s conditions, using animal feed and ration preparation software in the most cost-effective way by staff with basic animal feeding knowledge is a must. This kind of software pays off in a very short period of time while the pay off period changes depending on the amount of production. …

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How to Fight Mould and Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins not only occur in every grain-growing region of the world, but can also inhabit virtually every feed ingredient from whole grains to milling byproducts, oil meals, and ethanol co-products. Mycotoxins are toxic compounds that are naturally produced by certain types of mould. A global survey program conducted between 2004 …

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Advanced grain cleaning for mycotoxins control

Mycotoxin contamination is a global threat. To solve the problem, we need to apply a full value chain approach, from the field across the whole process line to the finished product. Grain cleaning is part of this. Dr. Katarina Slettengren Scientific Head Analytics Laboratory  Bühler AG Mycotoxins have a major …

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Feed Additives, Premixes and Vitamins

The feed additives market has always been changing aligned with feed industry requirements. Sometimes, the availability changes the dynamics, while sometime limited resources and economic scenario force the trend change. However, the factors are changing now, and it is consumer awareness or lack of awareness along with government regulations is …

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