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News and analysis on the global poultry
and animal feed industries.
on October 30, 2016

Feed formulation software increases management quality, lowers risk

Benefits from software helps maintain, structure ingredients in feed mill.

5 reasons to visit Adifo at IPPE - Booth 2201

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Adifo is proud to announce the launch of its new formulation software, quality management software and ERP. Check out how innovative tools can make your feed mill more successful. Adifo has been a major player in the Feed Formulation Software business for more than 40 years with more than 600 customers in over 60 countries worldwide.

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How detailed NIR data benefits animal feed formulators

NIR data helps animal feed formulators track livestock feed nutrition consistency, and more importantly, detect and amend inconsistent products.

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Maintaining ingredients in a more structured way with the plant clusters functionality

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Companies with a large number of plants get to see a lot of data in the BESTMIX Formulation navigation forms, the selection forms and in the property forms. To reduce the amount of data, it is possible to select one plant, so that the date on only that plant is shown.

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Mycotoxin, mold risk high in Canada warns CBS

With early harvest feed grain samples confirming a high risk year for potential feed quality issues in parts of Canada, Canadian Bio-Systems Inc. (CBS Inc.) advised livestock operations and feed mills to take cautionary steps to safeguard feed quality and livestock performance.

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Unit systems in BESTMIX Feed formulation

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Different unit systems are used around the world. Some countries use the metric system, some the imperial system (also referred to as the American system). Also within one system, different units are used for expressing analysis values (for example g/kg instead of %).

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New mycotoxin reports in Canada and US corn and wheat

New occurrences of mycotoxins have been reported in the US and Canadian corn and wheat crops in the past week, according to Neogen's Mycotoxin Report on September 12.

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