Feed Formulation Technical Articles

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Article published the November 6, 2018:

Proteomics of Breast Muscle Tissue Associated with the Phenotypic Expression of Feed Efficiency within a Pedigree Male Broiler Line: I. Highlight on Mitochondria

Introduction The projected doubling of the human population by 2060 will require a 100% increase in food production coming from plants and animals with most of this increase coming from new technology and grea...
Author/s :
Alissa WelsherByung-Whi KongKentu R. LassiterSami DridiWalter Bottje
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Article published the November 6, 2018:

Comparative Study on Feed Formulation Software - A Short Review

1. Introduction Livestock plays an important role in the Indian economy. Livestock sector recorded growth in value of output about 4.8 % per annum. The eleventh five year plan expected higher growth in twelfth...
Author/s :
Dr Ravinder Singh KuntalRajendran Duraisamy
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Article published the October 25, 2018:

A Goal Programming Approach to Ration Formulation Problem for Indian Dairy Cows

India has largest livestock population in world. Livestock is one of the important economic activities especially in the rural areas of country providing income for most of the family. In dairy farming, feeding...
Author/s :
Dr Ravinder Singh KuntalRajendran Duraisamy
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Article published the October 12, 2018:

Effect of dietary Ca manipulation, anionic salts and supplemental vitamin D3 on calcium homeostasis of finishing steers

ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of a low-Ca diet, followed by a high-Ca diet in combination with feeding of anionic salts and/or vitamin D3 on Ca and acid-base homeo...
Author/s :
Dr. Andrew Van KesselDr. Tim A McAllisterGilberto Aranda-Osorio
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Article published the October 12, 2018:

Effect of supplementing high levels of vitamin D3 on calcium homeostasis of steers fed barley-based finishing diets

ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of supplementing high levels of vitamin D3 to steers fed barley-grain-based finishing diets on Ca metabolism. Fifteen Hereford steers ...
Author/s :
Dr. Andrew Van KesselDr. Tim A McAllisterGilberto Aranda-Osorio
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Article published the October 5, 2018:

Retainable phosphorus requirement in layers

Introduction Phosphorus is an important nutrient for laying hens, e.g. for bone development and egg formation, but also plays an important role in environmental contamination. However, research on the phosphor...
Author/s :
Laura StarMarinus Van Krimpen
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Article published the October 4, 2018:

Use of cereal crops for food and fuel – characterization of a novel bioethanol coproduct for use in meat poultry diets

Introduction Legislatures such as The Renewable Fuel Standard in the U.S.A. and The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation in the U.K. have driven massive increases in bioethanol production from cereal (first-gen...
Author/s :
dawn scholeyDr. Emily Burton
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Article published the September 4, 2018:

Efficacy of insect larval meal to replace fish meal in juvenile barramundi, Lates calcarifer reared in freshwater

Introduction Aquaculture has become the fastest growing food-producing industry around the world; however, the production efficiency of aquaculture could be further increased through the development of nutriti...
Author/s :
Devan GanesanGiva KuppusamyKumar Katya, PhD
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Article published the May 10, 2018:

Modelling Energy Utilization for Laying Type Pullets

INTRODUCTION Temperature is the most important environmental factor in animal production and directly affects animal responses. Domestic birds are homeotherm animals and therefore must expend energy to mainta...
Author/s :
Ellen FukayamaFlávio Bello FialhoNilva Kazue Sakomura
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Article published the April 19, 2018:

Factors Affecting Digestibility of Feed

A. ANIMAL FACTORS B. PLANT FACTORS C. PREPARATION OF FEED A. ANIMAL FACTORS 1. Species Roughages high in crude fibre are better digested by ruminants than by non-ruminants due to the pre-gastric f...
Author/s :
Dr. Abubakar Sufyan
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