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Feed Tech
Wednesday, February 04, 2009 7:16:49 PM
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The potential for the bi-modal protection process to improve animal feed additive stability

 
M. Veneroni, D. Pickard, J. Chambon

 

 
The term feed additive in the context of this paper means any technological, zootechnical, nutritional or medicinal ingredient.
 
The Bi-Modal Protection process optimises feed additive technological performance by modifying active ingredient characteristics. Consequently, improvements have been demonstrated in the following technological areas:
 
- dust emissions
 
- electrostaticity
 
- mixing performance
 
- cross contamination
 
- recovery
 

- resistance to compression

 

In addition, it is considered that modification of an additives stability profile may be possible and this possibility is explored further in this paper. 

 

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