Mineral supplementation strategies are influenced by forage mineral bioavailability, trace mineral interactions, stage of production and breed. Trace elements most identified as having an impact on productivity of grazing cattle include copper, zinc and selenium. Adequate intake and balance between trace minerals is required for proper functioning of both immunity and reproduction.
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Following is a brief introduction to the Interpretation of pastling curves for starch-based samples testing using your RVA 4500. A heat-hold-cool cooking cycle is assumed. A good textbook covering polymer hydrocolloids should provide further information on these processes and on starch chemistry, modification and uses.READ MORE
Mycotoxins are an ongoing concern when feeding livestock and companion animals since minute amounts can greatly effect animal health and productivity.READ MORE
Starch analysis involves two basis steps. The first is the enzymatic hydrolysis of starch in glucose. The second is the measurement of glucose levels.READ MORE