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Variation of main cereal byproducts used in poultry diets

LIHONG ZHANG and KEVIN LIU* present survey findings for a large number of corn DDGS, rice bran and wheat bran samples received from feed...

NIR instruments evolve for ingredient calibration

Vice President of Adisseo Asia Pacific, Dr Kevin Liu told Asian Agribiz that NIR instruments have evolved, from early gradient instruments that require strict...

NIR technology contributes to cost saving

Although the initial capital investment for NIR instruments is high (USD 50,000-70,000), this is a fraction of wet chemistry in the long run. "Once...

Factors that call for recalibration

During NIRS analysis monitoring, if NIRS results continue to fall outside the control limit, it is necessary to recalibrate with a new sample population....

How can NIR analysis help feedmillers raise ingredient quality?

Accurate and consistent measurement is necessary to evaluate feed ingredients and assess the true value it offers end-user. By accurately assessing nutrition profiles, a...

NIR/PNE technology gives feedmillers the freedom to experiment

As the cost of feed ingredients rise, feedmillers need to look for alternative ingredients to manage costs. Adisseo, NIR and Analytical Services Specialist, Dr...

NIR provides wider flexibility to choose alternative feed ingredients

A timely and precise understanding of raw material nutrition profiles is of great help to nutritionists to re-formulate diets on a least-cost basis, claims...

Success stories in NIR application

Hear experts - including Dr Ariel Carlos, President and Animal Nutritionist, C/A Consultants - sharing the latest developments and success stories using in vivo...

Using NIR technology to control feed costs

Continuous rising prices of major feed raw materials is one of top challenges for the animal production industry. A timely and precise understanding of...

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