Michael Bedford Receives Poultry Nutrition Research Award

Published on: 07/31/2018
Source : http://www.afia.org/

ARLINGTON, Va., July 31, 2018—The American Feed Industry Association honored Michael Bedford, Ph.D., with the AFIA-Poultry Science Association (PSA) Nutrition Research Award at the PSA annual meeting last week in San Antonio, Texas. “Dr. Bedford’s dedication to the feed industry through his research to improve animal performance through nutrition, as well as his involvement wi...

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July 31, 2018

Well done, Mike! Most deserving winner.

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August 1, 2018
He deserves the award he has done lot to the poultry industry. Kudas to him.
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Ricardo Hume Ricardo Hume
Agricultural Engineer
August 1, 2018

Congratulations, Michael!

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August 1, 2018

Well done Dr. Mike

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August 1, 2018
Congratulation. Keep doing as usual.
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August 1, 2018
Well done Mike. Well deserved .
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August 1, 2018
Congratulation Dr. Bedford. You have been a pioneer all the times. Your education and research at U of S should be added to your history too.
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August 1, 2018
Well Done Dr Sir,
Congratulations
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August 2, 2018
Congrajulations. Your role in the advancement of poultry research in the last decade is indisputable. Have a great time.
Cheers
Vahid
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August 2, 2018
Congratulations Dr. Bedford.
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August 2, 2018
Congratulation Dr. Bedford.
I admire all your worthful efforts and research in poultry industry. I hope you become successful in all your future research.
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August 2, 2018
Congratulations.
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oloyede ponmile joseph oloyede ponmile joseph
Maters in Fishery and Aquaculture Technology.
August 2, 2018

Congratulations.

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August 2, 2018
Well Done, Dr Michael Bedford!!!!!!
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August 3, 2018
A well-deserved recognition. Congratulations Dr. Mike Bedford!
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August 3, 2018

Congratulations, Dr. Bedford.

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August 3, 2018
Congratulations
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August 5, 2018
Congratulations.
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August 5, 2018

Dr. Bedford, I need your suggestions on how to make feather mill locally bearing in mind that I can't afford the needed (imported) machine to make it. My aim is to reduce cost by recycling my poultry waste. Thanks.

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Mike Bedford Mike Bedford
Research Director
August 6, 2018

Radfng Omotade Amos Hello Radfng,
I am not sure I am the person to talk with here as I am not familiar with the process of feathermeal production. Basically, you are trying to hydrolyse the protein as much as you can because it is so indigestible as a result of tight protein structure (disuphide bonds). Autoclaving has been used in the past with some degree of success but I suspect you cannot do that? There are some enzymes on the market, Novus's cibenza for example, that may be of value but I seem to recall they had to reduce the FM with strong reducing agents first. If you can contact Novus they may be better placed to help you.
SIncerely,
Mike.

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August 6, 2018
Mike Bedford Thanks for your response.
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Helen Ajayi Helen Ajayi
BSc. Biochemistry, MSc. & PhD Agric.Biochemistry & Nutrition
August 5, 2018

Congratulations, Sir.

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