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Mohammad Afrouziyeh (University of Alberta) discusses Least Cost Feed formulation and Maximum Profit Feed formulation models, as well as the application of mathematical Linear Programming and Non Linear Programming models that are used in animal nutrition.
Participation in Forum on September 14, 2020
This study looks very tight and shows a strong benefit to the product. The use of a broiler growth program can help interpret these types of studies. When ingredient formulas are given, the accuracy of the additional value of an ingredient can be quite good.
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Dear Frank, I have been reading what the Feed2Gain does and I would like to know if it is possible to see an example of a printout with the results and information it gives. Also if there is a demo available. Thank you and regards
Participation in Forum on September 3, 2020
Ricardo Hume glad to reply. You can email me at fjivey@feed2gain.com. Could let you test drive the program, if that is of interest.
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Participation in Forum on August 28, 2020
Dr. Ricardo Hume asked about the name of my program for determining maximum profit with feed formulation. It is BroilerOpt™ Feed Program and found at www.feed2gain.com. Frank Ivey
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Participation in Forum on August 17, 2020
Dr. Guevara, you and Park make excellent points and your concept is clearly a useful one. My experience when working with a smooth function for growth, years ago, is that making decisions such as when to change a feed are not easily determined. So, when a user looks at this kind of program, the issue is whether or not to modify the starter feed after much time finding a diet that gives a good s ...
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Participation in Forum on August 17, 2020
One nice thing about liquid is that it penetrates into the solid materials in the feed and does not separate when the powder is moved, either by truck or by conveyor.
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Marc Perel Thank you Marc for your comments.I totally agree with you that a dosing accuracy of 1% is excellent. This means that when you add 4kg of a product / ton you will find samples between 3.960 kg and 4.040 kg/ton. That range represents a CV = 0.5%.Best regards, Ricardo
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Gentlemen, just to add spice in the discussion we could also consider the microbiota as an important consumer of enzymes effects. Both phytases and carbohydrases will impact in the performance of established microbiota patterns, that seem to be specific to each production unit.
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For many years, when working with an enzyme producer, we suggested that a combination of enzymes would most likely be the most effective but almost to a man they screamed no, it would just be helping our competitor... not realizing it would enhance their own product.
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