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Article published the October 25, 2010:

Pellet-Press Knife Condition and its Influence on the Feed Pellet Quality

Introduction During the feed pelleting process conditioned feed mash is passing through the pellet press die where animal feed pellets are formed by rheological properties of the mash and different mechanical ...
Author/s :
Dejan Miladinovic
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3147 20
Article published the October 20, 2010:

Antioxidants, Gross Energy and Cost Savings

Oils and fats are used in feed formulations and are susceptible to oxidative spoilage. In foods and feeds, oxidation is an automatic and irreversible process by which molecular oxygen combines with nutrients in...
Author/s :
Ms Lin Huixin
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1510 4
Article published the October 19, 2010:

Protection of Feed and Grain from Mould Contamination

The widespread occurrence of microorganisms in the environment leads to degradation of organic material including grain and feed ingredients. Managing raw materials under adverse climatic conditions is crucial ...
Author/s :
Josan P.D.
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2559 7
Article published the October 4, 2010:

The Use of Peripheral Machines in Flour Mills of Today

Whilst there can be no disputing the fact that the rollermills and the sifters are the main, key machines within a flour mill, there are a host of other machines scattered around the mill, wheat cleaning, bulk ...
Author/s :
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1042 0
Article published the September 14, 2010:

Steam Pipeline System and Energy-Saving for Feed Manufacturing

The application of steam once brought on industrial revolution, now it is an indispensable part of industrial production. And so is for feed industry because of its irreplaceable role, as a large amount of high...
Author/s :
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7946 6
Article published the August 17, 2010:

Correct usage and maintenance of a ring die

As a critical part of a pellet feed mill, the ring die is not only directly related to pellet quality, but also to the maintenance cost of a feed mill. According to statistics, the cost of wear and tear o...
Author/s :
Wang
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3068 3
Article published the July 14, 2010:

The control of Mycotoxins as essential factor in animal health and performance

Mycotoxins are a group of structurally different secondary fungal metabolites that occur as contaminant of grains in worldwide crops (FAO). Species of fungi like Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium, and Clav...
Author/s :
Koen SchwarzerMonique Baecke
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3371 3
Article published the July 5, 2010:

The mycotoxin HT-2. Until what point, will be or will not be important as undesirable substance in the animal feeding?

1.- HT-2 toxin and trichotecene mycotoxins The HT-2 toxin belongs to the group A of the trichotecene toxins. These mycotoxins are produced by molds of the genus Fusarium, such as, Fusarium tricinctum, F.niv...
Author/s :
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496 0
Article published the May 20, 2010:

Beyond AGPs : seeking new broiler growth promoters-one company’s experience

The increase in demand for cheap food and advent of modern production methods in agriculture have given rise to the use of synthetic compounds in feed, for example, sub-therapeutic antibiotic supplementation. F...
Author/s :
Jacky Michard
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637 1
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...
Author/s :
Prof. Dr. Ayyat Mohamed Salah
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1488 0
 
 
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