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Participation in Forum on June 30, 2020
David Wicker Ph. D. I agree with remaining below 10% CV, whether it is an arbitrary value or not, as the historical data and precedence supports it. I am referring more to a scenario of achieving 4% rather than 8% with an additional 20 seconds of mix time and whether those 20 seconds may be leveraged in some cases. As you said, larger animals are likely to tolerate this and I believe some (relativ ...
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Participation in Forum on June 15, 2020
Ricardo Hume Not specifically tied to validated CV's, but yes, I have run across an instance where a facility has strategically reduced mixing times for certain formulas to create flexibility for increasing time on others. I don't necessarily like it without having the CV values, but if they could be validated and shown not to have a negative impact on animal performance, it could be a feasible da ...
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Participation in Forum on June 15, 2020
Certainly an interesting discussion, I appreciate everyone's insight. As for the debate around the % CV, I think one of our issues is thinking in absolutes. As Marc mentioned, the "standard" continues to be 10%, which is not to say that facilities shouldn't strive for even better homogeneity as technology improves. However, due to the variable precision of some assays (as Dr. Wicker describes) i ...
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Rhodimet Itw techno Homogeneity - Marc Perel, Solution Application Manager, at Adisseo comments about homogeneity and recovery of additives and especially liquid methionine in feed.
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Today’s livestock are fed complete or complementary feed given mainly in the form of pellets. This form gives better animal performance (average daily gain and feed conversion ratio) than feed in the form of meal (Royer et al., 2015)1. In addition, the macro-ingredients (the main raw materials used in the formula) are enhanced with additives, either for nutritional purposes or for their be ...
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Participation in Forum on March 26, 2020
Joshua Jendza Agreed, there's been some really good and applicable work out of that group at Massey.
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Participation in Forum on March 19, 2020
I would also point out that pelleting strategy plays a role here. Improved quality has often been shown to improve efficiencies, and now this and similar data is providing a good focus on impacts related to segregation. However, we also have data that demonstrates that common methods for improving quality (high conditioning temperatures and retention times, thicker pellet dies, lower throughputs) ...
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