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Participation in Forum on March 18, 2020
The ultimate goal of this research is to continue providing data to feed millers that suggests improvements to pellet quality yields a positive return on investment. The literature supports improved performance with increased pellet quality. Now I am working to quantify the improvements to flock uniformity stemming from reduced nutrient segregation as a result of improving pellet quality.
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Participation in Forum on March 18, 2020
I will share this data when it is released for publication. Thank you
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Participation in Forum on March 18, 2020
The objective of this continuing research is to determine if investing in improvements to feed form (improving pellet quality) can reduce on-farm nutrient segregation. The literature supports improved broiler and turkey performance following feed form improvements. Ultimately, these results should help feed millers understand the importance of investing in feed form improvements.
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Participation in Forum on March 18, 2020
Md. Saidur Rahman Sarker This work focuses on broiler chicken feed. I have not studied feed form and nutrient segregation in beef or dairy cattle.
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Video published on February 10, 2020
John Boney (Penn State) discussed his recent research on pellets and flock uniformity in poultry farms and processing plants, during IPPE 2020 in Atlanta, USA.
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