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Special Edition: Mycotoxin Risk and Control

Link between low levels of mycotoxins and bird performance

By Jane Byrne

Queen’s University in Belfast and N. Ireland headquartered company, Devenish, say a study they both collaborated on is breakthrough research. Indeed, they term it the world’s first longitudinal study to prove the negative effect of low levels of mycotoxins...

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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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Study: limiting amino acids controls pig growth

By Lynda Searby

Kansas-State University researchers confirm that emergency diet strategies adopted by swine producers to slow the growth of pigs during the Covid-19 crisis are safe and effective.

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Seaweed trumps maize as biofloc substrate

By Lynda Searby

Scientists in Mexico have discovered that kelp is a better nucleation site than maize meal for developing biofloc, producing fish with a higher end weight and a lower feed conversion ratio (FCR).

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