feedstuffs

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feedstuffs

[ˈfiːdstʌfs] NPLpiensos mpl
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The results obtained in the current study show that prediction equations may be more effective in estimating the AMEn values of individual feedstuffs and diets for broilers at different ages.
Up to now, estimates have been based on general assumptions but IBERS' work will help to develop a far more sophisticated system, assessing the effect of different types of livestock, different types of feedstuffs and different types of farming systems.
The Company's major products include frozen duck products, duck seedlings, cooked food products, frozen chicken products, duck feathers, chicken seedlings, feedstuffs and breeder eggs.
Later chapters cover forage and feedstuffs, feed supplements and nutraceuticals, formulating a ration, feeding different types of horses, and diet related problems.
This low intensity regime of pastoral farming mirrors the management system in operation at White Close Hill where the Belties are reared exclusively on a natural diet of grass and hay or haylage produced on the farm with no bought-in feedstuffs whatsoever.
Analysing the amino acid composition of feedstuffs ensures that nutritionists provide a more precise feed formulation.
The Danish cooperative also markets grain, feedstuffs, fertilizer and agricultural chemicals to its 15,732 members and 150 branches.
Everything from saddlery to feedstuffs - and even a section on baby products - is available.
They know that they have abundant feed sources for dairies and a good infrastructure to transport milk and get feedstuffs.
Many types of feed ingredients or feedstuffs are available to supply the nutritional needs of livestock.
These include rules governing animal disease controls, medications, the making and selling of feedstuffs and the handling of meat for human consumption.