Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) has been used in traditional proximate analysis for some time to measure components such as fiber, protein and moisture. Recently, this list has been extended to include reactive lysine.
The use of NIRS beyond traditional proximate analysis may benefit the industry as a whole, providing valuable insights for those involved in feed milling and quality control, as well as the wider nutrition and animal production industries, according to an announcement
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