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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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Article published the April 26, 2007:

Dietary protein – from amino acid supply to bioactive peptides

The word protein is derived from the Greek proteios, meaning primary or foremost. This is fitting in that proteins, being the molecular instruments through which genetic information is expressed (one gene – one...
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Article published the April 25, 2007:

Beyond the science: what the farmer looks for in the production of silage

Grass silage is, and will remain, the basal forage for the majority of beef and dairy cattle in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Northwestern Europe and the Nordic countries during the winter indoor feeding period....
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Article published the April 23, 2007:

The expanding pet food industry: where are the opportunities?

The pet food market is full of dynamic and diverse opportunities, according to a report by Lisansky (2003). The global market has boomed with new products, new presentations and new focus on pet population sect...
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Article published the April 20, 2007:

Production of enzymes for the feed industry using solid substrate fermentation

Virtually all chemical reactions in biological systems are catalyzed by macromolecules called enzymes. Chemical reactions in vivo rarely proceed at perceptible rates in the absence of enzymes while reaction rat...
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Article published the April 9, 2007:

Occurrence of Mycotoxins in Feed Samples from Asia

The last report on the occurrence of mycotoxin was published in 2006 (1), generated immense interest among the feed industry. In the current analysis, the occurrence of various mycotoxins in feed samples was ...
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Article published the April 5, 2007:

Evaluation of Analytical Methods for Analysis of Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles

AFIA Sub-Working Group Final Report and Recommendations - February 2007 Within the Fuel Ethanol Industry there are no guidelines or recommendations on which analytical test methods should be used for the...
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Article published the April 4, 2007:

A changing landscape: the pet food market in Europe

The European pet food market has continuously expanded during recent decades. This can be explained by a long lasting growth in pet ownership, by the decreasing use of table scraps and the general trend toward ...
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Article published the April 3, 2007:

Why steam conditioning?

Pellets cost money, and good pellets cost more money.Operators are constantly challenged for maximizing production while improving product quality. Feed formulation, particle size, die selection, cooling, etc. ...
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