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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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Giuseppe R. Bigliani
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Article published the March 27, 2007:

Ensiling maize, tropical grass and big bale oat silages with inoculants in South Africa

In South Africa summer rainfall occurs in the northern parts and winter rainfall in the southern parts. In some areas of the Southern Cape, rainfall varies from 750 to 1200 mm annually and rain occurs throughou...
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Article published the March 16, 2007:

Role of biotechnology in utilisation of alternative feed ingredients for monogastric animals

Every 7.67 seconds the world gains three extra people and loses one hectare of arable land. The irony is the demand for agricultural land is on the rise as the world needs to produce enough food to feed its inh...
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Mingan Choct
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Article published the March 15, 2007:

Separating fact from fiction in the equine feed market: a need for practical education

The equine industry continues to grow and diversify, with more events, disciplines and activities for horse owners than ever before. The amount of horserelated information available to owners has also grown inc...
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Article published the March 8, 2007:

Revising the nutrient requirements of dogs and cats: a work in progress

Although the National Research Council (NRC) series on nutrient requirements of domestic animals has been in existence for almost a century and it is familiar to many throughout the world today, the way in whic...
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Article published the March 7, 2007:

Creating alternative protein sources for aquafeeds using applied enzyme technologies

One of the great challenges of the next decade will be to provide sufficient high quality proteins for the rapidly growing aquaculture industry. A wide range of species to be farmed will necessitate sourcing fe...
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Article published the March 6, 2007:

Aerobic deterioration of silage: processes and prevention

Efficient preservation of forages as silage requires minimizing losses during the aerobic, fermentation, storage and feedout phases. The main concern about silage losses is in cases where losses are large (20% ...
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Article published the February 26, 2007:

A protocol for evaluating locally-sourced alternative feed ingredients: an example using passion fruit seed meal

Co-products are used in the feed industry worldwide, especially those that come from the cereal and flour industry or from rendering at meat and poultry processing plants. Co-products such as wheat middlings, m...
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