feedstuff


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feedstuff

[′fēd‚stəf]
(agriculture)
Food, usually of lower quality, used for animals.
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The compound horse feedstuff is one such variety feed that is highly nutritious for horses as Compound horse feedstuff contains a mixture of grains such as barley, corn, distiller's grain, forage, minerals, sorghum, wheat along with an adequate supply of vitamins & minerals.
A total of 62 samples of supplement feedstuff's offered by farmers at the homestead (i.e., MBL, banana [Musa ssp.] leaves and pseudostem, sweet potato [Ipomoea batatas] vines [SPV], sugarcane tops [Saccharum officinarum], Napier grass [Pennisetumpurpureum], swamp reeds [Cyperuspapyrus], maize [Zea mays] thinnings, and rice [Oryza sativa] stover/husks) were collected in February 2014 (i.e., dry-season feedstuff's) and May 2015 (i.e., wet-season feedstuff's).
The grant of $82,200 was extended to al-Ahlyia Association for the Development of Palm and Dates to install the feedstuff production machines in the fodder production sector of al-Ahlyia Association.
Dr Shafqat Nawaz Qaisrani, Assistant Professor at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, who conducted the study, said the use of indigenously grown feedstuff will save financial resources and make sure the availability of sustainable and economical animal protein for a common man in Pakistan.
Thus, it is expected that feeding with oak acorn, as a tannin-rich feedstuff, negatively influences broilers.
Cluster random 72 feedstuff's (silage, concentrate, and totally mixed ration, TMR) and bulk milk (n = 200) samples were simultaneously seasonally obtained from industrial cattle farms (see Table 1 and Figure 1; n = 25 farms) in sterile cold condition accordingly (ISO 6497 2002 [10]).
In all the determinations of the ADF contents in the six feedstuff studied, the greatest means observed were always obtained through [AMT.sub.2], which is possibly related to the non-uniform porosity of the TNT (DESCHAMPS, 1999) (non-woven textile) fabric.
shortage of feedstuff, its price is 2-2.5 times as high as last winter.
Therefore, comparison with soybean meal as a standard conventional feedstuff commonly used in animal diets seems justified.
Early this year, Uni-President began tapping such market to sell aquacultural feedstuff through its affiliate in Vietnam.
And tasty milk depends on the quality of animal-feed, and the soil and climate in which those feedstuff's grow.