Animal Feed Technical Articles

Article published the January 16, 2015:
Nutriad has demonstrated the use of Quorum Sensing (QS) as a tool in the development of two new feed additives: one for broiler production and one for aquaculture. QS Is a form of bacterial communication that i...
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Tim Goossens
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Article published the December 11, 2014:
I. INTRODUCTION The nutritional value of feed ingredients comprises all nutrients needed for maintenance and production of animals. This paper mainly focuses on the energy value of feed ingredients, which depe...
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Cees kwakernaakJan Dirk van der KlisLoek De Lange
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Article published the December 4, 2014:
1. INTRODUCTION Pressed sugar beet pulp (PBP) silage represents a highly nutritive component for dairy cow rations in many European countries, but the hygienic quality often renders the silages produced from i...
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Christine PotthastDr. Heiko ScholzEwald KramerHorst Auerbach
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Article published the December 3, 2014:
In animal feed production, accurate measurement and fine-tuning of the moisture content in the ongoing process ensures a consistently high product quality, reduces the operating costs, and increases margins. T...
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Stefan Hoh
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Article published the November 9, 2014:
Introduction Sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor var. saccharatum) is a C4 plant with high photosynthetic activity, resistant to drought and salinity (Almodares et al., 2008), contains a high level of energy (Negro...
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Ebrahim Rowghani
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Article published the September 12, 2014:
Betaine (tri-methyl glycine) is a methyl donor which supplies the methyl groups for methionine production. It therefore may be able to support higher levels of growth in diets based on vegetable protein sources...
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Mike Bedford
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Article published the September 10, 2014:
We have travelled a long journey from backyard dairy farming to a more systematic and organized dairy farming. An array of changes starting from improved genetic potential to better milk production and advance...
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Dr. Divya DivakaranDr. Zafar Ahmad
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Article published the August 28, 2014:
I. INTRODUCTION Cereal grains used by the poultry industry in Australia vary widely in available energy and protein content which is often reflected as variation in bird performance because standardised ingred...
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Black, J.L.
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Article published the August 28, 2014:
I. INTRODUCTION Rapid assessment of the quality of feed ingredients is now crucial for the financial success of intensive livestock producers. A great deal is known about the nutrient requirements, factors det...
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Black, J.L.
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Article published the August 13, 2014:
1. Introduction Phytase is the enzyme that hydrolyzes phytic acid and its salt phytate (myo-inositol hexakisphosphate, IP6), resulting in the formation of inositol pentakis-, tetrakis-, tris-, bis- and monopho...
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Shukun Yu
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