Feed Processing Concepts and Realities (ANSC 840.3)

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ANSC 840 01 January 2017 Rex Newkirk (primary instructor)

Description

This course focusses on the concepts of why we use feed processing to add value to feed ingredients for livestock and a discussion of the reality of achieving consistent increase in feed value. Laboratories will include practical applications of why concepts may or may not consistently result in reality ? improved feed value. One full day will be scheduled at the Canadian Feed Research Centre to obtain hands-on experience of feed processing using pilot line equipment.

Note

Students will have a one day field trip to the Canadian Feed Research Centre.

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