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Article published the September 14, 2009:

How to evaluate the quality of yeast cell walls products (MOS)?

The utilization of MOS, or yeast cell walls, has gained momentum in animal nutrition, and their efficacy is now well recognized. Consequently, it has become difficult to distinguish between a growing number of ...
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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 August 14, 2009:

Elaboration of ruminant supplements with byproducts and residues of bio-ethanol produced on farm settings

To establish, validate and evaluate the technical and economic efficiency of a decentralized approach for production of hydrated and anhydrous ethanol (95% and 96% concentration, respectively) a low-cost, small...
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Carlos A. MallmannHarold Ospina Patino
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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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Article published the May 11, 2009:

Moisture control in practice

Rising costs of raw materials increases the demand for product optimization and yields. Now, the means of accurately controlling the moisture content within a batch flow process has been finally breached within...
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Article published the April 17, 2009:

Efficient grinding

With today's increasing emphasis on efficient use of energy and its effect on the environment, feed mill managers must take an objective look at their process systems in order to maximize output against power c...
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Article published the March 16, 2009:

Grain storage and spoilage prevention and control

The feed hygiene Regulation (EC) No 183/2005 presents a legal foundation for the production of safe feedstuffs. The regulation applies to primary production and puts the spotlight clearly on grain storage since...
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Clementine Marien
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Article published the December 17, 2008:

Utilizing the Growing Local Supply of Distillers Grains

Across the Midwest, ethanol plants (primarily dry mill vs. wet mill process) are being planned and built and existing plants expanded. Today over 98 percent of commercially produced ethanol is used to extend ga...
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Article published the December 3, 2008:

Recent Trends in Gut Health Management

Global agriculture is heading towards challenging times, since the world's population continues to grow at an ever increasing rate. Thus, consumers' demand for sufficient supply of high-quality safe food is a m...
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Tobias Steiner
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Article published the December 1, 2008:

Processing Feed Grains

Does Grain Need to be Processed?Although it is possible to feed whole grain to cattle, it is normally processed for a variety of reasons. Reduced separation and sorting of feed It is impossible to mix protein,...
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