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Article published the September 11, 2008:

Feed Industry: Microwave Moisture Measurement

Keeping moisture at the correct level throughout all stages of processing can be one of the biggest challenges for feed and flour millers.All sorts of factors affect the moisture level in the raw product: how i...
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Article published the September 3, 2008:

Binders: Gelatin as alternative for urea formaldehyde and wheat gluten in the production of water stable shrimp feeds

Shrimp are external masticators, meaning that they chew their feed outside their mouth and will not ingest the feed at once. Shrimp prefer soft pellets. Typically, in semi-intensive farming, shrimp feed pellets...
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Article published the August 11, 2008:

Emerging trends in milling equipment

The principle trend in recent years - a major step - has been the slow but sure move towards debranning and peeling in western hemisphere mills. This subject has been covered at some length in other articles an...
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Article published the August 8, 2008:

Producing high quality protein concentrates economically

Proteins are the building blocks of living organisms. Together with carbohydrates and fats, they are our main nutrients and indispensable for both human and animal nutrition.Modern protein concentrate technolog...
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Tuti Tan
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Article published the July 23, 2008:

Effect of Glycerol on Pellet Mill Production Efficiency

Crude glycerol is a by-product of the biofuels industry, which has the potential to be used as a feed ingredient in animal diets. However, little is known about glycerol's nutritional value or how it impacts fe...
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Article published the July 22, 2008:

New additives in aquaculture - the beneficial effects of dietary organic acids in fish nutrition, with special focus on potassium diformate

It is a well established fact in the field of aquaculture, that the use of antibiotic growth promoters as an in-feed additive for the diets of fish and shrimp may promote growth and feed conversion as well as i...
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Christian Lückstädt
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Article published the July 3, 2008:

Sugar Syrup - A High Energy Feed Vis A Vis Animal Production

Feeding of livestock is a scientific task to make all the nutrients available for maintenance, production, growth and reproduction. The right selection of ingredients for the optimum level of animal response is...
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Dr.P.George Kunju John
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Article published the June 17, 2008:

Particle Size, Mill Type, and Added Fat Influence Flow Ability of Ground Corn

We conducted three experiments to determine effect of particle size, mill type, and added fat on flow characteristics of ground corn. In Experiment 1, corn was ground with either a hammer mill or a roller mill ...
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Article published the May 26, 2008:

Are Nutraceuticals the Next Big Thing in Animal Biotechnology?

The “meat equation” is delicately balanced. It is projected that in the next twenty years mankind will consume three times the meat that we currently produce. Without production tools such as antibiotics that h...
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Article published the May 20, 2008:

Cimenol Ring

The cimenol ring has phenolic character and it is contained in various percentages in extracts of aromatic plants. It antibacterial and antifungal effect has been traditionally used in the food industry in the ...
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Export Biovet
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