Managing batching process variation

Managing batching process variation

Feed manufacturers should systematically evaluate each process for ways to reduce variations, because the batching system can contribute to nutritional variation in the finished feed.

THE quality of ingredients and complete feeds can largely be defined based on the degree of nutritional and processing variations.

The importance of obtaining low variation throughout the production system will continue to increase as genetic improvements are made in agricultural animals.

Animals that are selected for maximum growth rate and efficiency will likely be more sensitive to nutritional and quality inconsistencies.

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