Clementine Marien
The Company Working at the crossroads of nutrition and health we are committed to delivering future evidence-based solutions that enhance animal health and performance, including : Improvements in digestibility and bioavailability, for better feed efficacy and performance. Cost-effec...
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For me, the particle size of raw materials is very important when producing pellets. Also, the pellet size is very important. So, I propose as follows. 1. The blending ratio must also be good. 2, the combination should also be good. (My suggestion is that the CV should be less than 4.) 3. The particle size should be less than 700 microns for all raw materials. For Grinding, a 2.4 mm screen for ...
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This trial was done to determine broiler live performance to 42 days, under a hot climate in India. 2080 VenCobb 400 broilers were allocated in 4 groups with 26 birds per floor pen and 20 replicates per group: negative control group (NC), positive control group (PC), direct-fed microbial group (DFM) at Log 5 CFU/g of feed and Bacitracine group (BMD) at 500 g/T of feed. The DFM product was composed ...
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Super sir so good
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Excellent Video. Thank you.
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Kasame Trakullerswilai that is interesting video, easy to understand.
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Feeding the world’s population during this challenging period will require to improve feed efficiency and fiber degradation to benefit global food production. Phileo by Lesaffre wishes to assist customers during this time by offering a knowledge framework to help address current and future ruminant demands. This includes focusing on the proven capacity of Actisaf® Sc 47, a premium yea ...
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Otavio Serino Castro Thank you. I appreciate it when an author makes a thoughtful reply to my posts.
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All I know is protein doesn't need to be derived from a fish species source, but i worry about the absence of fatty proteins.I think the answer is earthworms. We make our own fish food here at Chasco Fish Co. in port Richey , Florida.
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Yes, I believe that there are lots of viable substitutes - blue algae, (various) fly larvae, earthworms, cockroaches..., , all depending on the formulator's skill, the fish in question (nutrient requirement) and the culture environ (water quality / available nutrient). The main issues are ensuring that it's economical, sustainable and healthy.
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In 1817, selenium (Se) was isolated for the first time by Berzelius. At that time little was known about its biological function, until its nutritional requirement was revealed about 140 years later by Schwarz and Foltz in 1957 (Mehdi et al., 2013). Since then, Se has been recognized as an essential trace element and its supplementation to farm animals has become a common practice worldwide, as ...
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