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Luiz Ferraretto (University of Florida) explained the importance of fiber and starch digestibility among other topics, during AMENA 2019 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
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INTRODUCTION In many parts of the world, especially the arid and semi-arid regions, with scarce animal feed resources, low quality non-conventional feeds are frequently fed to livestock (Mahgoaub et al., 2008). High salinity of irrigation water and agricultural soil is a major impediment to the cultivation of traditional fodder crops as well as high costs of transporting feed to the Sinai Peninsu ...
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Introduction There has recently been an increase in competition among ingredients used in the manufacture of livestock feed. There is consequently a great need for alternatives that can supply in the high demands for such ingredients, in particular for soya meal (Chisoro, 2015).  Garba et al (2010) suggested partial or complete replacement of expensive and conventional feed ingredients with ...
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INTRODUCTION Medicinal plants having various phytochemicals and bioactive components such as trace metal ions, vitamins, alkaloids, carotenoids, polyphenols, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins are involved in enhancing long-term health benefits. Sravanthi and Rao (2014). Moringa oleifera, commonly known as (family: Moringaceae) horse radish tree or drumstick tree, is both nutritional and medicina ...
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Relative feed value has been used for a number of years to indicate the overall feed value of forage. In recent years, there have been some changes considered to make this assessment more accurate in regards to predicting the feed value of forage. It is well accepted that there is a correlation between the acid detergent fiber (ADF) portion of forage and the energy value of the forage. One of the ...
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1. Introduction Pelleting is the most used thermal processing method in poultry industry. The aim of pelleting processing is to agglomerate ingredients particles by mechanical action, in combination with moisture, pressure and temperature. Broilers fed pelleted diets present greater feed intake, better feed conversion ratio and greater weight gain [1-3]. The positive effect of pelleting on broile ...
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