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Article published the May 31, 2007:

Adding flexibility to the extrusion process

The desire for flexibility in the production line has existed since the earliest days of feed processing. In this article, we will discuss the methods available today for increasing extrusion system flexibility...
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Mr Doug Baldwin
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Article published the May 30, 2007:

Where the EU is heading with food and feed safety and the industry’s response

Animal feed manufacture is a significant industry within the European Union as Table 1 demonstrates.Food safety has been an emotive subject within parts of the European Union, with the media keen to pounce upon...
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Article published the May 29, 2007:

The importance of antioxidant protection: demonstrating and branding benefits in pet food

Animal nutrition in the last decade has seen great advances in the understanding and application of the correct balance of nutrients required in the diet and the quality of the raw materials used. In the compan...
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Article published the May 22, 2007:

Development and testing of a therapeutic pet food

Formulated or commercial diets for dogs and cats have been around for well over 60 years in North America. The first commercial diets were very similar in ingredient mix to the beef and raw foodtype diets mixed...
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Article published the May 15, 2007:

Understanding the processes of protein degradation in forage crops provides opportunities for improved silage quality and enhanced animal production

UK silage production has increased from some 0.35 million tonnes in 1947 to 50 million tonnes in 1997. Silage now accounts for almost 80% of the total winter forage fed to ruminant livestock. In Europe, grass a...
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Article published the May 14, 2007:

Successful feed companies in the future

Like everything else, the feed industry has changed. I cannot think of a lot that has not changed. Most of our people use notebook computers. The original ones were called portable computers and we joked that t...
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Article published the May 10, 2007:

USA poultry meal: quality issues and concerns in pet foods

Poultry protein meal represents a substantial portion of the high quality protein and fat in modern companion animal diets. Poultry protein meal is commonly included at 5 to 40% and can contribute in excess of ...
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Article published the May 7, 2007:

Animal by-product use in foods for companion animals: the European rendering industry – a critical review

Animal by-products have been the source of key ingredients in pet foods for several decades. However, the relationship between the animal-by-product and pet food industries has grown even stronger over the last...
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Article published the May 4, 2007:

Silage fermentation and additives

The primary goal of making silage is to maximize the preservation of original nutrients in the forage crop for feeding at a later date. Unfortunately, fermentation in the silo is a very uncontrolled process usu...
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Article published the May 3, 2007:

Bio-regulation: a natural approach to optimise ruminants’ performance and health

Bio-regulation: a new concept developed by French olfaction and nutrition specialist Phodé. Based on a triple expertise in olfaction, animal health, and animal nutrition, a new generation of natural feed additi...
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