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Article published the November 24, 2006:

Will the global supply of nutrients continue to meet the demands of the feed industry?

Introduction Population growth and increased affluence have resulted in dietary changes and a large increase in animal and feed production over the past 2 decades. Shortage in the supply of nutrients to feed ev...
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Article published the November 20, 2006:

Yeast culture may support greater feed efficiency

Dairy producers are looking for means to increase feed efficiency, and improvements in feed efficiency can positively affect herd profitability even when changes in production or feed intake or both may be slig...
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Article published the November 13, 2006:

Animal feeding in Europe: challenges and opportunities

IntroductionAnimal nutrition in the European Union (EU) has been affected by several crises, such as the mad cow scandal (BSE), meat hormone residues, dioxin contamination, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)...
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Prof. Joaquim Brufau
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Article published the November 7, 2006:

New technologies for superior fish feed characteristics?

Technological advances, which focus on both cost savings in the form of reduced down time as well as optimal flexibility in terms of capacity and quality, have been in demand by the industry.The physical qualit...
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Anne Mette Lorenzen
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Article published the November 6, 2006:

Yeast Products in the Feed Industry: A Practical Guide for Feed Professionals

Introduction The purpose of this booklet is to provide both a semi-technical and non-technical understanding of the various yeast products offered to, and used by, the feed industry.It does not deal with animal...
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Article published the October 31, 2006:

The globalization of the animal feed industry: are we marketing animal feed or human food?

While the rest of the world rejoiced in millennium–induced fervor, the feed industry took a more serious view of the challenges that lay ahead. This industry—specifically the livestock production and feed milli...
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Article published the October 25, 2006:

An Introduction to Least-Cost Feed Formulation Software

PurposeThe following article is a primer on least-cost formulation. While explaining the fundamentals of least-cost formulation, the author also goes over more advanced features such as shadow prices, price map...
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Article published the October 20, 2006:

Nutrient requirements, feed formulation and environmental constraints: a new focus is needed in the equine industry

IntroductionThe last update of the National Research Council’s publication ‘Nutrient Requirements of Horses’ was published in 1989 and contains data from studies published through 1988. A numb...
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Article published the October 5, 2006:

Controlled starch cook and bulk density of dry petfood - Is this for real?

In this article Andritz Sprout will present the latest patented technological developments designed to enable continuous control of product quality and bulk density by means of simple adjustment parameters.Woul...
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Anne Mette Lorenzen
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2281 1
Article published the October 4, 2006:

Future of the feed/food industry: re-inventing animal feed

Challenges and opportunities facing the international feed/food industry have never been greater than those faced by these industries today. It has become apparent that anything less than a very proactive appro...
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