Animal Feed Technical Articles

Article published the 21 from April from 2015:
INTRODUCTION Rabbits are neglected farm animals for its smallest size, although it can supplement humans by meat, fur and hair. there animals are belonging to different species and strains which are different ...
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A.M. Abdelhamid
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Article published the 16 from January from 2015:
Nutriad has demonstrated the use of Quorum Sensing (QS) as a tool in the development of two new feed additives: one for broiler production and one for aquaculture. QS Is a form of bacterial communication that i...
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Tim Goossens
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Article published the 11 from December from 2014:
I. INTRODUCTION The nutritional value of feed ingredients comprises all nutrients needed for maintenance and production of animals. This paper mainly focuses on the energy value of feed ingredients, which depe...
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Cees kwakernaakJan Dirk van der KlisLoek De Lange
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Article published the 4 from December from 2014:
1. INTRODUCTION Pressed sugar beet pulp (PBP) silage represents a highly nutritive component for dairy cow rations in many European countries, but the hygienic quality often renders the silages produced from i...
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Christine PotthastDr. Heiko ScholzEwald KramerHorst Auerbach
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Article published the 3 from December from 2014:
In animal feed production, accurate measurement and fine-tuning of the moisture content in the ongoing process ensures a consistently high product quality, reduces the operating costs, and increases margins. T...
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Stefan Hoh
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Article published the 9 from November from 2014:
Introduction Sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor var. saccharatum) is a C4 plant with high photosynthetic activity, resistant to drought and salinity (Almodares et al., 2008), contains a high level of energy (Negro...
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Ebrahim Rowghani
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Article published the 12 from September from 2014:
Betaine (tri-methyl glycine) is a methyl donor which supplies the methyl groups for methionine production. It therefore may be able to support higher levels of growth in diets based on vegetable protein sources...
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Mike Bedford
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Article published the 10 from September from 2014:
We have travelled a long journey from backyard dairy farming to a more systematic and organized dairy farming. An array of changes starting from improved genetic potential to better milk production and advance...
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Dr. Divya DivakaranDr. Zafar Ahmad
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Article published the 28 from August from 2014:
I. INTRODUCTION Cereal grains used by the poultry industry in Australia vary widely in available energy and protein content which is often reflected as variation in bird performance because standardised ingred...
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Black, J.L.
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Article published the 28 from August from 2014:
I. INTRODUCTION Rapid assessment of the quality of feed ingredients is now crucial for the financial success of intensive livestock producers. A great deal is known about the nutrient requirements, factors det...
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Black, J.L.
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