Thursday, May 23, 2019

Confronting challenges of Indian Animal Industry against economic slowdown

Slower Global economy, lesser production yields compared to previous years, water scarcity and various such issues are not only affecting the human population but...

Hydroponic Fodder Production Technology

As is widely known, the demand for livestock products – meat and milk increases with economic development. The world's livestock sector is growing at...

DDGS – an evolving feed ingredient

The increased cost of conventional grains is a major concern for poultry industry which is facing challenges in producing quality animal products at reasonable...

Poultry Performance at sub-toxic concentrations of Mycotoxins

It is not easy to earn profit from growing chickens. Besides the high costs of feed ingredients and fluctuating market prices of meat and...

PROBLEMS IN FODDER SEED PRODUCTION IN INDIA

Fodder seed scenario in India Availability of quality seed in forage crops to enhance production and productivity is long-felt need. Forage crops in general and...

Improved energy efficiency & pellet uniformity control in extruded aquafeed

To substantially improve extruder performance in aquafeed production, in recent years Muyang Group made research efforts in different aspects. The energy efficiency improving technology...

Importance of Physically Effective Fiber in the Ration of Dairy Cattle

Dietary fiber is a key component of dairy cattle ration. Decreased milk fat percentage, reduced feed conversion ratio and hoof health problems are often...

Hydroponic Fodder to Refresh Animal Husbandry Sector

Suitability of hydorponics as a newer fodder growing approach Introduction Hydroponics means the technique of growing plants without soil or solid growing medium, but using water...

Transforming India feed industry

Demand for poultry feed in India has been consistently increasing on account of rising population, increasing per capita income and hence demand for healthy...

Impact of imports on Indian feed industry and revolution by GM feeds

The Noble Laureate, Dr. Norman E. Borlaug opined that after the revolution in rice and wheat production, the next few decades will be known...