Feed Management magazine for August 2011 edition has been released. You can read latest news in feed production, nutritional developments and trends, food safety and regulatory developments, grain markets, management strategies, and new products in this issue. Here are feature articles for this month.
Poultry nutrition survey shows industry investment, use of enzymes
The world’s poultry industries are set to invest in nutrition and feeding operations, while using more enzymes and DDGS, according to an exclusive WATT survey.
China unlikely to import US corn
Despite initial reports, experts disagree over what will happen in regard to China, corn exports and corn prices in 2011.
Investigating claims of defective feed
The response to a claim should follow a predetermined plan to ensure that the situation is investigated in a methodical manner.
Enzyme-producing microorganisms and mycotoxin risk management
Use of enzymes in animal feed can offer a broader armory in controlling mycotoxin contamination of feed.
Combating the high cost of pig feed
Nutritionists need to look at all options when considering swine diet.
Nutritional strategies to improve dairy cow production, reproduction
Providing the correct nutrition is essential for today’s high-yielding dairy cows.
Optimizing dairy cow performance
Four resources for maximizing the bottom line of your dairy cow operation.
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Feed Management Magazine covers the latest news in feed production, nutritional developments and trends, food safety and regulatory developments, grain markets, management strategies, and new products. It helps executives efficiently and safely formulates, process, distributes and market animal feeds.