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Article published the March 3, 2008:

Reducing feed costs with acidifier

Feed prices jumped to the record high and further increase is on the horizon. There are several reasons for these circumstances. First of all it is a distinction between diminishing supplies and increasin...
Author/s :
Nataliya Roth
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Article published the January 11, 2008:

The future of the animal feed industry in Europe: the effect of CAP and GATT reform

The prosperity of the feed industry cannot be separated from the performance of the livestock industry. The performance of the livestock industry is largely determined by the demand for its products and the cos...
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Article published the January 8, 2008:

Organic farming: challenges for farmers and feed suppliers

Courtesy of the 41st Annual University of Nottingham Feed Conference Our thanks to the author and Conference Organisers, a Committee consisting of both University and Industry colleagues.The full paper will app...
Author/s :
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Article published the December 17, 2007:

How profitable are BIOMIN NGPsTM in times of increasing feed costs?

What has happened to the prices for feed? In the press release, prices for soybean, maize, wheat and barley have jumped from an average price of around 120 €/ tonne during the summer 2006 to 200 €/tonne a...
Author/s :
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1966 1
Article published the November 27, 2007:

Convenience, enjoyment and health: parallels between marketing human and pet foods

Trends help us to better understand consumers, and consequently to develop brands and products orientated towards their needs. As a rule of thumb trends are defined as lasting at least 10 years. In the food bus...
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Article published the October 8, 2007:

Selenium yeast production: a fully controlled fermentation process

From Dr Ildar Nisamedtinov’s presentation at Lallemand’s International Selenium Yeast seminar (Grenaa, Denmark, 2007) Alkosel®R397 is made from a natural yeast strain, Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R397, select...
Author/s :
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Article published the September 11, 2007:

Variability in feed components of animal diets: Implications for animal performance and decision-making

Abstract presented at the 41st University of Nottingham Feed Conference. Our deep appreciation to the authors and the kindly cooperation of Prof. Julian Wiseman, Professor of Animal Production / Head of Divisio...
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Article published the August 21, 2007:

The role of the consultant: a liaison between producers and feed companies

Nutrition consultants have been a fact of life in the dairy and beef feedlot sectors of animal agriculture for a long time. In those enterprises where profit margins are slim and production response to feed for...
Author/s :
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Article published the August 10, 2007:

Formulating Feed for Broiler Performance

Every year the marketing age of broilers decreases by an average of 0.75 days for the same performance. This trend is likely to continue in the same direction for the coming years. Nutrition plays a vital role ...
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Article published the August 7, 2007:

Bacterial Developments: their Implications for Silage Production and Aerobic Stability

The silage fermentation is predominantly a lactic one brought about through the activities of lactic acid bacteria found naturally on the crop ensiled. These bacteria ferment sugars into varying amounts of lact...
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