August/September 2021 issue

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Sustainability made easier with feedmill automation
Automation is not a luxury but a necessity in the feed industry, where responsible practices are obligatory, writes RAJESWARI RAMANEE.

Using NIR technology to mitigate rising feed cost
LIHONG ZHANG AND KEVIN LIU present an update on the advancement of NIR calibrations, broiler trials to validate the prediction results, and possible applications to rapidly quantify the relative values of common ingredients.  

Gibran Huzaifah 

eFishery’s goes big in efforts to boost output
eFishery is designed to help Indonesian fish and shrimp farmers maximize their feed business through automation. MELIYANA writes how the startup is building a community of farmers with access to modern feeding techniques and technology.

Targeted application of enzymes reduces economic impact of COVID-19
DIEGO PARRA and JAE CHEOL KIM present how a maximum matrix nutrition strategy can extract the maximum possible nutrients from the diet while providing the highest profitability to help animal protein producers adapt to the COVID-19 new normal.

Insectifii builds a following for insect meal in India
Insectifii is on a mission to make insect farming commercially viable in India, starting with black soldier fly farms in Bangalore writes ZAHRAH IMTIAZ.

Variability in nutrient measurement of feed ingredients
AMY MOSS, PETER CHRYSTAL, TAMSYN CROWELY and GENE PESTI demonstrate that high variability in nutrient measurement of feed ingredients can drastically reduce the profitability of poultry production.

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