feedstuff


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feed·stuff

 (fēd′stŭf′)
n.
Food for livestock; fodder.

feedstuff

(ˈfiːdˌstʌf) or

feedingstuff

n
(Veterinary Science) any material used as a food, esp for animals

feed•stuff

(ˈfidˌstʌf)

n.
2. any substance used in or for feed.
[1855–60, Amer.]
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It can be inferred that there is a huge and growing demand for Compound horse feedstuff which is anticipated to fuel the global Compound horse feedstuff market.
Summary: It can be inferred that there is a huge and growing demand for Compound horse feedstuff which is anticipated to fuel the global Compound horse feedstuff market.
Smallholder systems in Western Kenya have constraints in provision of sufficient nutritive value and quantity of feedstuff's throughout the year [4].
GAZA, Monday, October 15,2018 (wafa) - Takeshi Okubo, Ambassador for the Palestinian Affairs, visited al-Ahlyia Association for the Development of Palm and Dates in Der al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, to celebrate the completion of a Japan-funded project for providing feedstuff production machines in Gaza.
An alternative to estimate the NE value of a feedstuff or diet is the use of multiple regression equations which employ chemical characteristics, digestible nutrients, or energy data for the calculation (LIU et al., 2015).
The study suggest using indigenous ingredients including canola, rapeseed, sunflower and guar meals as feedstuff as partial substitute of imported soybean meal for the broiler chicken that are major protein source in Pakistan.
Beside nutritional advantages, oak acorn is a tannin-rich feedstuff (72.8-117.2 g/kg DM) (Shimada, 2001).
It is worrying reality that AFs levels in feedstuff's can be far higher than what we apparently measure.
The buyer, which engages in the production and trade of grains, oilseeds, feedstuff and agricultural inputs, expects to pay a total of EUR12.5m (USD16.3m) for the four poultry firms, it said.
In all the methods, there was difference (p < 0.05) between the utilizations of the detergent solutions (OS and RS), so their reutilization is not recommended by any method studied, in this feedstuff.
He said that due to the lack of feedstuff reserves, large-scale butchering is observed today, which will continue till early the
Thirty grams of each feedstuff, mixed with 80 mL distilled water, was force-fed to birds, and 20 mL distilled water used to wash down particles adhering to the tube of the force-feeding apparatus.