Larry Feinberg
Larry Feinberg (United States)
Technical publication

A transdisciplinary approach to the initial validation of a single cell protein as an alternative protein source for use in aquafeeds

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A transdisciplinary approach to the initial validation of a single cell protein as an alternative protein source for use in aquafeeds
Aquaculture is the fastest growing source of animal protein for humans. However, as this industry continues to develop, several inherent challenges will arise. Foremost is the need for increased production of suitable and sustainable...
Carlos Avilán
Carlos Avilán (Community Manager)
Event

USSEC Europe Live Webinar Conference

USSEC Europe Live Webinar Conference
The first USSEC Europe Live Webinar Conference will be broadcasted from Bucharest, Romania, on September 22nd and 23rd, 2020...
Phileo by Lesaffre
Technical publication

How to match ingredients and productivity?

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How to match ingredients and productivity?
Ingredients are the basis of all animal feed. In times where alternative ingredients receive more and more attention, we should not forget to ask ourselves how ingredient properties affect the transition into actual feed. It is time to unravel...
Guilherme de Souza Moura
Technical publication

Stability of enzyme complex solid-state fermentation subjected to the processing of pelleted diet and storage time at different temperatures

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Stability of enzyme complex solid-state fermentation subjected to the processing of pelleted diet and storage time at different temperatures
The use of enzyme complex in animal feeding improves the utilization of nutrients that would otherwise be unavailable (Leite et al., 2011), reflecting positively on the performance and reducing the pollution load of excreta...
Jason Woodworth
Kansas State University
Jason Woodworth (United States)
Technical publication

Effect of Diet Complexity and Specialty Protein Source on Nursery Pig Performance

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Effect of Diet Complexity and Specialty Protein Source on Nursery Pig Performance
Soybean meal is one of the most readily available and economical protein sources commonly fed to pigs. Due to a number of anti-nutritional factors, its inclusion in newly weaned pig diets has been limited. Thus, specialty animal...
Wilmer Pacheco
Auburn University
Wilmer Pacheco (United States)
Technical publication

Effect of different inclusion levels of whole corn from 14 to 42 days on productive and processing performance of broilers

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Previous researches have suggested that inclusion of whole grain has beneficial effects on broiler performance along with reduction of grinding costs. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of different inclusion levels of whole...
B. Ngamwongsatit
B. Ngamwongsatit (Thailand)
Technical publication

Potential of enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast (AVIATORTM) binding to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli in vitro

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The use of Saccharomyces cerevisiae or enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast (EHY) as a nutritional feed supplement is commonly applied in many livestock productions. It improves animal production, promote health and also...
Ahmed Sallam
Technical publication

Growth performance, anti-oxidative status, innate immunity, and ammonia stress resistance of Siganus rivulatus fed diet supplemented with zinc and zinc nanoparticles

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Growth performance, anti-oxidative status, innate immunity, and ammonia stress resistance of Siganus rivulatus fed diet supplemented with zinc and zinc nanoparticles
Siganids (rabbitfishes) are a small family of algaevorous fish that inhabit the tropical and subtropical waters of the Middle East and Indo-Pacific region (Saoud et al., 2007). The marbled spinefoot rabbitfish, Siganus rivulatus...
Zorica Tomicic
Institute of Food Technology - FINS
Technical publication

Beneficial Properties of Probiotic Yeast Saccharomyces boulardii

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Beneficial Properties of Probiotic Yeast Saccharomyces boulardii
Saccharomyces boulardii as a probiotic yeast. “Probiotics” were first conceptualized at the start of the 20th century by Elie Metchnikoff’s discovery of the immunological benefit of lactic acid bacteria in...
Winston Samuels
Maxx Performance
Winston Samuels (United States)
Technical publication

The “Active” Benefits of Modern Microencapsulation

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The “Active” Benefits of Modern Microencapsulation
Believe it or not, most of the encapsulation and microencapsulation techniques in use today—spray drying, spray chilling and fluidized beds, among them—haven’t evolved much since they were first introduced during the World War I...
 
 
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