Feed Formulation Technical Articles

Formulation and ingredients

Article published the June 12, 2012:

Mineral Glycine Chelates

L-GLYCINE  is used as a ligand to form the chelate.  Glycine has the lowest molecular weight with a high bonding capacity to the mineral.  Glycine has a specific site of absorption (active and ...
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Article published the December 30, 2011:

Herbs, spices and botanicals: ‘Old fashioned’ or the new feed additives for tomorrow’s feed formulations? Concepts for their successful use

The various ways in which human food is produced are vigorously discussed and questioned in modern societies. We expect food from plants, farm animals and microorganisms to be of good quality, healthy and inexp...
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Article published the September 13, 2011:

Predict Total and Phytic Phosphorus in Feedstuff by NIRS

ABSTRACTThe primary objectives of this research were to measure total and phytic phosphorus (P) in a range of ingredients and to establish prediction model using near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). A t...
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Cecile GadyDavid ZhuKevin LiuPierre André Geraert
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Article published the August 24, 2011:

Using NIRS and Broilers Performance Tests to Assess Digestible Amino Acids and AME of Soybean Meals

ABSTRACTNutritive values of major ingredients vary considerably not only among different feedstuff but also the same ingredients of different batches. Rapid screening nutritive value has been a great ...
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Kevin Liu
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Article published the May 13, 2010:

Penificial effects of natural clays in pollution reduction

Natural clays are crystalline alumino-silicates characterized by their ably to exchange cations without major changes in structure. Zeolite and bentonite are the most common natural clays wed in rabbi productio...
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Prof. Dr. Ayyat Mohamed Salah
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Article published the May 10, 2010:

Sugar blocks – a new generation animal lick technology

Preamble Live stock feeding has been progressed today to a conversion efficient technology from the ancient concept of converting non-edibles and low nutrient feed stuffs to good animal products like milk, mea...
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Dr.P.George Kunju John
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Article published the May 6, 2010:

Modulation of Immune Function via Nutrition

FUELED BY THE INCREASED FOCUS ON THE PREVENTION OF ANIMAL DISEASES, THE BOOSTING OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM VIA NUTRITION ALSO GAINS MORE ATTENTION. ANNELIES DIERICX AND JAN VANEYS EXPLAIN HOW A MIX OF COATED BUTYRIC...
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Annelies Diericx
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Article published the March 26, 2010:

A grasp on EU probiotics regulation

FEFANA (EU Feed Additives and Premixtures Association) in partnership with its French platform SYNPA (Syndicat national des producteurs d'additifs et d'ingrédients de la chaîne alimentaire) recentl...
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Article published the August 18, 2009:

Coarse grinding and FORMI® inhibits Salmonella growth!

Agricultural production and the feed industry continue to suffer from losses caused by contamination with pathogenic bacteria and the associated consequences in livestock, such as reduced weight gain and increa...
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Article published the June 10, 2009:

Protecting the actives in your premix

The objectives of feed supplementation are to manufacture medicated feeds whose concentration in active ingredients fulfils with two criteria: conformity and homogeneity. Conformity is defined as consistency be...
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