Feed Formulation Technical Articles
Article published the January 7, 2021:
The increasing global population and the limiting global capture fisheries undeniably increase the demand of aquaculture. On the other hand, those will also bring about limitation to aquaculture e...
Article published the January 6, 2021:
Several studies have linked declining reproduction especially male fertility to toxicants found in the environment, particularly endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), such as phthalates (Won...
Article published the December 14, 2020:
One of the important cardinals of management is feeding and it accounts for 50-70% cost of production (Peter and Bern, 2013) but there has recently been an increase in competition among the ingred...
Article published the December 4, 2020:
Glutamine is considered a non-essential amino acid for young pigs and is important for optimum health and function of the enterocytes in the small intestine. Glutamate is an important compound in ...
Article published the November 26, 2020:
Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) as a source of creatine.
1. Creatine is a naturally occurring component in the body of animals and is a critical component in energy metabolism.
2. In contrast to other nutrients, c...
Article published the October 15, 2020:
DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM
The main interests of animal nutritionists are in biology, not econometrics. As a result, the economic interpretation of feeding practices has practically been ignored in animal nu...
Article published the October 7, 2020:
Like other animal production systems, aquaculture has developed into a highly globalized trade-dependent industry, therefore as global fish farming continues to increase, the need for formulating ...
Article published the September 11, 2020:
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...
Article published the September 9, 2020:
Article published the September 8, 2020:
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 spin...