Ruminant livestock generate a significant proportion of anthropogenic GHG emissions, and thereby contribute to Climate Change. Ruminants such as cattle. sheep, goats and buffalo produce meat and milk through enteric fermentation – a digestive process in which microbes decompose and ferment food in the digestive tract or rumen. This process produces methane which is emitted via belching. The amount of methane produced is directly related to the type of food consumed and the level of intake, in addition to...
Abattoir & Slaughterhouse waste is a potential incubator of bacterial, viral, prion and parasitic pathogens, capable of infecting both animals and humans. A quick, cost effective and safe disposal method is essential in order to reduce the risk of disease following animal slaughter.
The method is used for the determination of the mass fraction of total inorganic cations (ammonium potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium) in all types of feedstuffs, compound feeds, fodders, premixes, fodder additives, and feed raw materials (of plant, animal, and mineral origin) by capillary electrophoresis.
The FATBOXX and FATBOXX max are perfectly new waste bins for disposing of cooking fats, oils, food wastes and liquid slops and slaughterhouse wastes and animal by-products. The special construction of the body and lid offer many benefits for end consumers and waste management companies.
Benefits: Adhere to compliance guidelines, improve efficiency and profitability. Analyse hazards, manage critical control points in production. Improve scheduling and planning of testing through automation. It has never been more critical to maintain quality standards and safety guidelines than in the modern food and beverages industry. With so many possibilities for incidents of food contamination, compliance with strict regulations is controlled demanded more now than ever.
Fodder Solutions has fresh fodder feeding solutions catering for all sizes – from hobby farmers with a small herd right up to large commercial installations. Our systems come in the form of both transportable units and more permanent systems feeding thousands of kgs per day.
The method is used for the determination of the mass fraction of free choline (synthetic and natural) in feedstuffs by capillary electrophoresis. The method can be applied for all types of feedstuffs, compound feeds, fodders, premixes, fodder additives, and feed raw materials. The present method does not allow the determination of bound choline.
The method is used for the determination of the mass concentration of oxalic, formic, fumaric, succinic, malic, citric, acetic, propionic, lactic, benzoic, sorbic, butyric acids in fodder additives and butyric acid in silage and haylage by capillary electrophoresis.
The method is used for the determination of the mass fraction of ascorbic acid and its salts in food additives and fodder additives (feed additives).The present method does not allow the determination of ascorbic acid in premixes.For the determination of acetic, benzoic, butyric, citric, formic, fumaric, lactic, malic, oxalic, propionic, sorbic, and succinic acids in fodder additives and butyric acid in silage and haylage use the method М 04-74-2012 (Lumex Instruments set, order No 0300001897).
Goats have proven to benefit enormously from a diet of fresh fodder. With the global demand for goat meat and milk on the rise, goats are becoming more important to local economies than ever before. Fodder Solutions has several clients who are feeding fodder to reduce feeding costs, improved meat and milk quality, increase in milk yield and overall animal health.
Quality of pasture is indicative of the quality of the soil. With the application of Superfine Fertiliser, nutrient cycling is dramatically improved, resulting in grass root mass increasing as well as root depth. A proliferation in clover is often seen after the application of Superfine, thus increasing the natural nitrogen on your farm. As the pasture improves, so does feed quality and yield quantity.
Successful pig and poultry farming demands that measures are taken to control the introduction and spread of infectious agents. Chlorine Dioxide has been used very successfully in farming and slaughterhouses as a processing aid that is added to maintain water of good microbial quality. CleanOxide Chlorine Dioxide is used for sanitising hard surfaces and processing equipment to assist in the prevention of the propagation and transmission of disease.
• Proven reliability for the long-term
• Complete mixing to reduce sludge settlement
• Keep basins homogenized which reduces further material investment
• Simple to install in lagoons with fluctuating water depths
• Eliminate odors
• Simply add additional equipment to increase capacity
• Surface mounted with float mounts
• Mixing to reduce sludge settlement and allow pumpable slurry
• Easy to install and maintain at the surface
• Wetted components constructed of stainless steel
Feeding sprouts can replace 100% – 60% of your current hard feed diet. Horses that need a high starch feed will require a supply of starch from conventional feed such as steamed flake barley. The high moisture content of sprouts benefits digestion and recovery after work. For digestive health it is recommend that a horse consumes a min. of 1.5% of its body weight as dry matter. This needs to be considered when calculating the required roughage to balance your horse’s diet when feeding spouts.
The method enables fast quantitative determination in feeds, mixed fodders, and raw materials of the following amino acids: arginine, lysine, tyro sine, phenylalanine, histidine, leucine and iso -leucine (total), methionine, valine, proline, alanine, glycine, cystine, tryptophan, aspartic and glutamic acids.
Since during the sample decomposition asparagine and glutamine are hydrolyzed to aspartic and glutamic acids, respectively, the content of these two acids represents the total content of both the acids and...
Supplementing with fresh barley grass in a typical daily diet of a cow in mid lactation improves milk production, increases fertility and gives rise to a healthier animal requiring less veterinarian care. Barley grown hydroponically as a supplemental feed not only keeps dairy cattle healthy but can give premium prices from higher grades of butter fat in the milk. Each kilogram of barley fodder is equivalent nutritionally to 3kgs of lucerne. In one study of milk production, with a diet of barley fodder versus one...