Phytogenic feed additives and ammonia emissions

With a growing world population, the global demand for animal protein including pork will continue to grow in the futureWithin the swine industry the largest emissions concern is Ammonia (NH3), which is known for its negative impacts on the environment as well as animal health. Among several strategies, feed supplementation with plant-derived substances has shown substantial benefits in reducing ammonia emissions in pig production systems.

Hits: 1150

Read more ...

Japfa Vietnam and Hypor ink pact for pig genetics unit

pig_company.eVietnam’s leading animal feed producer Japfa Comfeed Long An Ltd (Japfa) and global swine genetics company Hypor B.V. (Hypor) have signed an agreement to establish a quality high health pig breeding unit in Vietnam.

Hits: 1138

Read more ...

Role of phytogenic feed additives in animal nutrition

farm-pig_editedThe strategic and innovative encapsulation process is a new benefit which enables essential oils to have a longer shelf life by protecting from environmental impacts, partly masking strong odor whilst maintaining key features of enhancement of palatability, stability in ration, improved digestion and, consequently, better performance.

Hits: 1273

Read more ...

Benefits of essential oils in pig finishing diets

Essential oils have multiple desirable properties which can have beneficial effects on animal performanceEssential oils have multiple desirable properties which can have beneficial effects on animal performance, such as finishing pigs, when added to their rations.

Hits: 1309

Read more ...

Examining biodiesel oxidation

EVEN WITH VOLATILITY in the pricing of crude oil, work is continuing to improve the viability of biodiesel as an alternative.

As discussed in an article published recently in ‘Tribology & Lubrication Technology’ (TLT), the many challenges in working with biodiesel include suitable feedstocks, cost-effective processing and preparing a final product that meets industry specifications.

Hits: 1299

Read more ...

Alain Charles Publishing, University House, 11-13 Lower Grosvenor Place, London, SW1W 0EX, UK
T: +44 20 7834 7676, F: +44 20 7973 0076, W: www.alaincharles.com

twn Are you sure that you want to switch to desktop version?