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Carl Parsons
Carl Parsons and 3 more
University of Illinois
Nelson Ruiz (Nelson Ruiz Nutrition LLC)     A set of 24 solvent extracted commercial soybean meal (CSBM) samples, which corresponded to the same lots of CSBM used in the field, were evaluated. The CSBM were from different origins (Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.). The objective herein was to evaluate the relationship between KOH protein solubility (KOHPS, a measurement of overprocessing) and trypsin inhibitor activity (TIA, a...
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Nelson Ruiz
Nelson Ruíz Nutrition LLC
KOH protein solubility and trypsin inhibitor analyses are needed to determine soybean meal quality
Nelson Ruiz (Nelson Ruiz Nutrition LLC) speaks on his research presented at the IPSF regarding the evaluation of soybean meal with KOH protein solubility and trypsin inhibitor as the main measurements, in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Nelson Ruiz
Nelson Ruíz Nutrition LLC
Quality control of soybean meal: is it overcooked or undercooked?
Nelson Ruiz (Nelson Ruiz Nutrition LLC) explains how to deal with both cases and offers his insights and recommendations, in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Natalie Morgan
Natalie Morgan and 4 more
University of New England
I. INTRODUCTION The quality of poultry feed and litter are important for maintaining and improving poultry production. Poultry feed (raw materials and formulated diet) is highly variable and large safety margins are needed to buffer the nutritional variability in feed ingredients when formulating diets (Moss et al., 2021). Feed ingredients delivered to feed mills are not comprehensively analysed using current methods (i.e., wet-chemistry and NIR). This is because the large quantities...
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Markus Wiltafsky
Evonik Animal Nutrition
 Practical AMINONIR® Application: From sampling to economic benefits
Dr. Markus Wiltafsky-Martin (Evonik) talks about the impactful benefits of implementing AMINONIR®, revolutionizing nutritional analysis: Gain insights into its practical application, from sample collection to comprehensive reports, catering to diverse analytical requirements and ensuring precise, actionable data for informed decision-making. ...
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Markus Wiltafsky
Evonik Animal Nutrition
Reliable and accurate nutritional data of heat processed ingredients with AMINONIR® RED
"Listen to Dr. Markus Wiltafsky-Martin as he discusses the recent USA patent validating the scientific advancements of AMINONIR® RED and its unwavering accuracy in providing reliable nutritional data...
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Markus Wiltafsky
Evonik Animal Nutrition
Empowering the Livestock Feed Value Chain with  AMINONIR®
AMINONIR® delivers swift nutritional insights, aiding stakeholders in the livestock feed chain. Its rapid analysis ensures timely, informed decisions, optimizing efficiency and nutritional precision. Hear what Dr. Markus Wiltafsky-Martin from Evonik has to say about it...
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Markus Wiltafsky
Evonik Animal Nutrition
Near-Infrared Nutritional Analysis with AMINONIR
Dr. Markus Wiltafsky-Martin, Director of Service Commercialization at Evonik Animal Nutrition, explains what NIR is, how it operates, and demonstrates how AMINONIR® swiftly and accurately determines the nutritional quality of your feeds and raw materials – ensuring fast, reliable results of the highest quality. ...
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Dana Stanley
CQUniversity Australia
I. Introduction Immediately after birth, or hatch in birds, the initial inoculum shapes the gut microbiota for life. The first bacteria to settle in the intestine can attach to epithelial cells with no competition, rapidly establish, grow, and set the intestinal environment to suit their own needs (Stecher and Hardt, 2011; Edwards, 2017). The first bacterial settlers have the most substantial influence on developing the host's immune system and overall ability to thrive (Stecher...
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Dilantha Fernando
University of Manitoba
INTRODUCTION Fusarium head blight (FHB) is one of the major economically important fungal diseases in wheat, barley, corn, and other small grains worldwide. Wheat yield losses of up to 50% have been reported in North America due to FHB (McMullen et al., 1997; Goswami and Kistler, 2005). One of the major concerns of FHB is the contamination of infected grains with Fusarium mycotoxins. Fusarium mycotoxins represent the largest group of mycotoxins, which contains more than 140 known...
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Laura Greiner
Laura Greiner and 1 more
Mycotoxin: a daily and persistent problem in the swine industry
Chris Parks (Cargill) talks about low-level chronic exposure to mycotoxins, during this Swine It interview with host Laura Greiner....
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1. Introduction One of the important tasks facing the Russian agro-industrial complex is to increase the digestibility of grain components of feed, increase the content of nutrients in feed. In addition, feed accounts for the largest share in the structure of costs for the production of livestock products. One of the promising directions for the intensification of technological processes is the change in the physical and chemical properties of feed products when exposed to them...
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Introduction Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by various fungi in a variety of commodities and foods. These compounds are not directly involved in the basic functioning of fungi, but some appear to play a “chemical offense” role and increase the susceptibility of the host organism to further fungal infection 1 . As suggested by their name, mycotoxins can cause toxic effects when consumed. The potential harmful effects of mycotoxins vary and a...
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I. Introduction Increasing ethanol production from cereal grains generates huge quantities of dried distillers’ grain with solubles (DDGS). As corn DDGS is rich in protein and energy it was commonly used for ruminants. In recent years, the high cost and supply shortage of common feed ingredients have prompted poultry producers to adopt DDGS in formulations. DDGS is known for its variation. During the past 10 years, we’ve seen evolutions in the ethanol industry and new...
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Precision nutrition, feed uniformity and nutrient segregation in poultry
Dr. Mário Penz (Cargill) talks about how to keep improving nutrition analysis, taking into account digestibility coefficients and ingredient quality, among other factors, during this Engormix interview....
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Quality control and inclusion rates of soybean in poultry diets
Brett Roosendaal (Nutrition Executive at Epol) shares his insights on quality control methods and indicators of soybean, as well as market prices and inclusion rates, during this Engormix interview....
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Analyze over 40 different feed raw materials with AMINONIR® Portable | Evonik
AMINONIR® Portable enables the reliable determination of energy, nutrients in feed raw materials and feed, as well as amino acids in feed raw materials, on-site and independent of a laboratory. The hand-held device connects with the user’s tablet or cell phone. It only requires mobile signal reception and a handful of feed or raw material without further sample preparation to determine their quality at almost any location within minutes....
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Tom Weber
Tom Weber and 1 more
Options for good quality fiber ingredients
Tom Weber (AB Vista) talked about the analysis needed to validate quality ingredients, during this Swine It interview with host Laura Greiner....
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Don Giesting
Don Giesting and 1 more
Current levels of mycotoxin concentrations in feed
Don Giesting (Cargill) talked about the trends found in mycotoxin surveys and samples, during this Swine It interview with host Laura Greiner....
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Frank Ivey
Frank Ivey and 1 more
Matrix Mathematics in Broiler Production
In this episode of Let's Squawk About It, Frank Ivey (Feed2Gain, LLC) talks to Andy Vance (PSA Executive Director) about a type of model used to determine matrix values, and how this model helps understand the impacts of feed changes before they are implemented....
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