Animal Feed Technical Articles
Article published the October 4, 2006:
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...
Article published the September 29, 2006:
Poultry feed production
Seventy percent of broiler feed in Pakistan is produced in modern feedmills equipped with pelleting technology. Small feedmillers volume of business has been squeezed and in future may ...
Article published the September 12, 2006:
The advantages of feeding a pelleted feed over mash have been documented in the
industry for many years. The advantages include the following:
Increased bulk density
Article published the September 11, 2006:
Wenger's involvement in the Livestock Feed and Pelleting industry dates back
to 1935 when Wenger
developed and manufactured mixers, pelleting machinery, and other basic feed
Article published the September 8, 2006:
Pet Food ProductionCommercial extrusion processing of food products has been practiced for over 60 years. The screw extruder was first used as a continuous cooking device in the late 1930’s. The first commercia...
Article published the June 15, 2006:
The ban of in-feed antibiotics has already been implemented in Europe and producers are faced with a vast number of alternatives which are currently available at the market. Natural Growth Prom...
Distillers grains (DG) originating from the corn-based fuel ethanol industry are an excellent source of energy and non-rumen degradable protein, and are an effective ingredient for dairy cattle d...
Addcon claims to have found a way to control Gram-positive bacteria.
Ever since the ban on in feed antibiotics in Europe, scientists have looked for ways to control harmful bacteria. By means of directly fed...