Sushil Chandra
Master in Poultry Nutrition 1975
I am feed Mill management person with over 40 yrs of experience with Feed Industry.Have headed many feed companies In India .Since 2007 have my own consulting company M/S Chandraassociates on Ato Z of
Master in Poultry Nutrition 1975
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Participation in Forum on July 9, 2021
There can no end to discussion on this topic I fully endorse views of Mr Diaz Its indisputed that pellets are better in all the aspect Regards
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Participation in Forum on July 8, 2021
Good article Problem is of availability on commercial scale, quality parameters, and price per tone and of course efficacy of product I haven’t seen any alternative product coming in use in recent past in poultry feed industry Kindly let us know if any?? Regards
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Participation in Forum on June 23, 2021
One has to look into commercial angle of experiment As the price of fenugreek seed and its commercial quantity availablity needs to be looked into it Regards
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I struggle with the effect of particle size on pellet quality as shown in figure 1 showing only a 1% impact. I think it is much more dramatic that suggested for finishing pigs. Pre-grinding soybean meal has shown to improve pellet quality and digestibility. When comparing corn particle sizes from 300 to 1000 micron, pellet quality will be impaired with coarser particle sizes.
Participation in Forum on February 23, 2021
There no shortcut / formula for feed mill efficiency But certainly following points need to be followed 1 utilitise man hours judiciously without any waste of time 2 Do not allow machinery to run empty or over loaded 3 Note down electric meter reading every morning 4 clean alk magnets in the morning before batching 5 check oil and grease 6 time between intake and first batch coming out must be ...
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Participation in Forum on December 24, 2020
2 mm crumb for pre starter 2.5 mm crumb for starter or 3 mm pellet 3 mm pellet for finisher Proper conditoning of 90 sec Standard parameter for ME, protien Avl P , lysine , methionine M+C Get 2000 g in 35 days With FCR of 1.45— 1.5 Regards
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Participation in Forum on December 24, 2020
i continue to maintain what I said beforevent pecking most of the time is one of voices (bad habit) of the birdsit should taken care as told beforeregards
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Participation in Forum on December 15, 2020
Very good and important research and very impressive presentation.Congrats to scientists The out come confirms that pelleted feed is much better to have higher body wt, lower FCR , lower mortality , better breast muscle , better bioavailability etc Poultry industry and feed millers should note these advantages Congrats once again Regards
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Participation in Forum on December 4, 2020
One can compare feeding pellet vs mash in terms of weekly wt gain, Total feed required, FCR and livabilty indexWhen pellet produced, the mix has to have fine grinding may be of 2 mm size as compared to mash feed where mix is coarserWith pellet feed, the gizzard has very little role to play as grinding organ.More research needs to be conducted about the role of gizzard with pellet feed which s ...
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Participation in Forum on October 24, 2020
A very practical approach to pellet quality and its hardness Thanks Regards
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Location:Pune, Maharashtra, India
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Professional Title: Master in Poultry Nutrition 1975
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