Dejan Miladinovic
M.Sc.
Professional consulting in the area of feed pelleting, extrusion, expanding, mixing, vacuum coating, labeling, HACCP, maintenance, building and design, etc..
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Article published the November 30, 2012
                                   
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Participation in Forum on March 19, 2012
Dear Jordache, all the established feed producers within the EU must have the HACCP and GMP certified procedures. Certainly, all the companies should shape their procedures according to their own production and menagerial systems. As I can see your issue, the procedures must be established within the cooling systems (air speed control and air temperature) and as you have mentioned transport system ...
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Participation in Forum on November 30, 2011
Jordache, be sure that all the transport lines are working with its 80% of total power max. Their engines should work upon optimal amperage. Broken pellets is a bit more complicated area. Its multifactorial approach is necessary. The first thing you should look upon is the steam quality and fat content. Next thing should be the roller-die gap settings. I hope that this has answered at least some ...
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Participation in Forum on November 25, 2011
I would need more information about your system and the transport lines!
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Participation in Forum on November 24, 2011
Jordache, Please can you explain me better what do you mean by cost of pellet milk production? The production of the machinery or pelleting process itself?
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Participation in Forum on May 24, 2011
Thomas, M can be found by following this link
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Participation in Forum on May 24, 2011
In case you want to know or understand better the physical quality of feed pellets I would suggest you sci. papers written by Thomas Meno (Physical quality of pelleted animal feed http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0377840196009492) as well as Behnke (http://amena.mx/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/13KBehnke.pdf). Overall, pay attention to your cooling / drying! Regarding binding and ...
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Participation in Forum on November 4, 2010
This article is meant to help the operational officers as well in order to understand that the small adjustment can create the opportunities and hence the added value of better physical properties of pelleted feed products.
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Article published the November 3, 2010
The primary objective of pelleting is to produce a palatable, high quality product with minimum production expense. Manipulation of the feed pellets during the storage, transporting, and transfer to feeding lots seriously reduces the number of feed pellets that finally reach the feed pans. It seems that the best solution for this problem is to increase the Pellet Durability Index (PDI) of the feed ...
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