February/March 2021 issue

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Gil Garcia

Agrichexers rises to the challenge
The coronavirus crisis caught many people unprepared. But Philippine feed producer Agrichexers Corp had a competitive advantage through its forward-thinking leadership in the face of the pandemic, write BRAD BRINKWORTH and ISA Q TAN.

The influence of feed grains in reduced crude protein broiler diets – wheat versus maize
SHIVA GREENHALGH, SONIA LIU, PETER CHRYSTAL and PETER SELLE review the compositional differences between wheat and maize, and how these factors might influence broiler performance in the context of reduced-CP diets.

A mechanical waste sweeper maintains barn hygiene.

Rhone Ma gives cows a ‘Boosta’
RAJESWARI RAMANEE looks at how Malaysia’s Rhone Ma is using specialized feed to produce A2 milk.

Holistic 3-step approach to improve gut health – Step 1 of 3 – Improving drinking water and feed raw material quality
KEVIN LIU, EDWIN CHOW and OLGA AVERKIEVA present the first of the three-step approach to improve gut health in animals. They explain how feed additives can help improve the quality of feed raw materials by reducing microbial contamination, oxidative stress and mycotoxins.

Ekhlasul Haque

Warehouse automation: A missed opportunity
Digital technologies are transforming warehouse management and ZAHRAH IMTIAZ looks at how these changes are boosting efficiency, reducing costs and responding to changes in the way feed is made.

Exploring the true value of phytase: phosphorus and beyond
USAMA AFTAB outlines new applications and benefits of phytase in animal feed. The complete destruction of dietary phytate has been made possible through higher doses of efficient phytases, and attaining the objective of complete phytate hydrolysis adds substantially to the net commercial returns and environmental benefits associated with phytase use.

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