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Which way for future feed technology research?

By Lynda Searby

Enhancement of co-products with microbial proteins, improvements in protein digestibility and novel cell wall rupture techniques are among the important directions for future research, according to two feed technology luminaries.

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Milling and equipment experts Wynveen and Ottevanger to merge

By Jane Byrne

Specializing in process equipment and feed mill design and manufacture, Dutch companies, Wynveen International, and Ottevanger Milling Engineers, part of the Triott Group, are to be integrated as one company from the start of next month.

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Project aims to plug holes in feed pelleting process knowledge

By Jane Byrne

A public-private collaborative project led by Wageningen University & Research (WUR) is looking to understand the fundamentals of feed pelleting to support the use of more fibrous co-products, thus further enhancing the sustainability profile of the...

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Structure needs to be built into piglet feed formulations

By Jane Byrne

Feed millers need to start demanding more coarse substrates from suppliers for their pelleted piglet diets, said Francesc Molist, manager, research and development, Schothorst Feed Research in the Netherlands.

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Special edition: reports from IPPE

WIPOTEC-OCS talks feed assessment for safety at IPPE

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Precision assessment of feed, additives and ingredients along with the examination of products for unwanted contaminants has a role to play in feed safety.

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Slow harvest leads to drying challenges, fire prevention focus

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

A wet and delayed feed crop harvest season in the US is being punctuated with reports of fires in grain dryers; however, there are ways to help prevent incidents and reduce the cost of drying, says industry expert.

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