Special editions published by All About Feed

    Gut health

    MycotoxinGut infections can be a major source of efficiency loss, downtime and additional costs for veterinary treatment. This special section delves deeper into several feeding and managements practices regarding gut health and how they can positively influence animal health, performance and profitability of the farm.

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    Enzymes

    Mycotoxin Mycotoxins continue to haunt the industry despite the many efforts being made. This latest publication delves deeper into measures for detection and control.

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    Feeding the Farmed Fish

    MycotoxinThe global demand for aquafeed is expected to grow at a compounded annual rate of more than 10% from 2013 through 2019. This growth comes with challenges: finding alternatives for fish meal and oil, cost-effective processing solutions, optimising the diets for currently farmed fish and finding the right mix of ingredients for new fish species. Here we delve deeper into these challenges.

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    Feeding Young Animals

    MycotoxinNeonate feeding can be a real game changer as it has a huge impact on subsequent performance in later life. As farmers strive for maximum animal performance, it is therefore pivotal to optimise the neonate phase (first days or weeks of life). In this section we have tried to capture a selection of the ongoing and exciting research, done by major players in the animal feed industry.

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    Feed Technology

    MycotoxinDevelopments in the feed technology industry are all about making the equipment easier to handle, more efficient, stronger and suitable to meet the increasing demands of the feed millers. And a lot has been changed over the last 50 years.

     

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    Managing Mycotoxins

    MycotoxinManaging mycotoxins is getting move savvy as detection techniques become more sensitive and specific new tools enter the market to spot toxins at an early stage. This sections delves into the problems caused by mycotoxins and explains how to manage them.

     

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    Dairy Digest

    Mycotoxin The dairy sector and industry are becoming more and more international, production standards are also becoming increasingly similar worldwide together with the challenges. Here we have published articles that explore the international dairy industry, focusing on the constraints and what the future holds for the industry.

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    Yeast Special

    MycotoxinLive yeast is increasingly used in animal nutrition. Proven results in ruminant nutrition are documented and results in pigs and poultry also come through. Yeasts vary greatly, not only in their unique genetic strains, but also in the way they are produced, cultured, used and the extent to which they can be beneficial.

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    Mycotoxin Special

    MycotoxinThis section is dedicated to the detrimental effects of mycotoxins from raw materials occurring in animal feed and affecting animals’ performance, how to treat the feeds and the manufacturing and handling of mycotoxin binders.

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    Enzyme Special

    EnzymesThe commercial application of enzymes as a feed additive has a history of less than 25 years. During this period, the feed enzyme industry came into existence and it has gone through several phases of development. The enzyme industry today is constantly searching for new areas of application.

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    Salmonella Special

    Animal feeding, as part of the production chain, plays an important role on pathogen control. Feed can be a potential carrier of pathogens. Therefore, microbial hygiene of the feed is needed to prevent salmonella transmission. Moreover, specific feeding strategies are very effective to reduce salmonella prevalence due to the positive effects on the equilibrium of gastrointestinal microbial ecology.

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