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  1. FEED INGREDIENT - nutrition mailyassin1985@gmail.com MOHAMED YASSIN TECHNO COMMERCIAL MANAGER
  2. FeeD DIVISION OF THE RAW MATERIALS  ENERGY SOURCE  (CARBOHYDRATE AND FAT ).  PROTEIN SOURCE  ANIMAL SOURCE (FISH MEAL, MEAT MEAL AND BLOOD  VEGETABLE SOURCE (SOYBEAN MEAL, SUN FLOWER MEAL AND CORN GLUTEN).  VITAMINS SOURCES  (PREMIX).  MINERAL SOURCE  (PREMIX).  (LIME STONE, MONO, DI AND BONE PHOSPHATE).
  3. ❑ ENERGY IS IMPORTANT BECAUSEI GOVERNS FEED INTAKE.  •HIGHENERGY--->LOW FEEDI NTAKE  •LOW ENERGY--->HIGH FEED INTAKE ❑ SOURCES OF ENERGY – EVERY THING IN THE DIET OTHERTH ANMINE RALS.  UNITS -CALORIE, OR KILOCALORIE
  4.  CORN(MAIZE)  MAIZE IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF ENERGY IN POULTRY FEEDS BECAUSE OF THEIR LOW PRICE., AVAILABILITY AND HIGH DIGESTIBLE RATE. THERE ARE MANY KIND OF CORN WITH DIFFERENT IN PROTEIN PERCENT FROM 8 TO MORE THAN 11%. CORN IS A GOOD SOURCE OF LINOLEIC FATTY ACID.  THERE ARE SEVERAL TYPES OF CORN
  5.  YELLOW CORN ON THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF BETA CAROTENE PIGMENT CONTAINING (ALZANTHOVEL), AND THIS IS ARE VITAMIN (A) PRECURSORS. THIS DYE WORKS ON DEPOSITION YELLOW COLOR IN THE SKIN AND EGG YOLK.  •COMPOSITION  PROTEIN7.7 %  ENERGY3350 KCAL/KG  FAT3.8%  FIBER2.3%  LYSINE0.24%  METHIONINE 0.20%  CALCIUM0.02%  T.PHOSPHORUS0.26%
  6.  IT’S LOOK LIKE YELLOW CORN, BUT THEY DO NOT CONTAIN OR CONTAIN SMALL AMOUNTS OFALZANTHOVEL, AND THUS ARE NOT A SOURCE OF VITAMIN A.  COMPOSITION  PROTEIN8.9%  ENERGY3350 KCAL/KG  FAT4.3%  FIBER1.9%  LYSINE0.27%  METHIONINE 0.19%  CALCIUM 0.02%  T.PHOSPHORUS0.23%
  7. •RICE BRAN IS OBTAINED RICE BRAN AS A BY-PRODUCT OF RICE USED FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF HUMAN. IT CONSISTS OF THE CRUST AND JENIN GRAIN OF RICE. •RICE HULLS ARE SOMETIMES USED TO REDUCE THE FEED CONTENT OF ENERGY BECAUSE THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE IS LOW •WHEAT BROWN CONSISTS OF APOSTASY FROM THE OUTER SHELL OF THE GRAIN OF WHEAT.
  8.  FAT SOURCES ARE EITHER AN ANIMAL GREASE PRODUCED FROM ANIMAL OR VEGETABLE OILS WHICH WE GET FROM THE SEEDS OF PLANTS SUCH AS CORN OIL AND SOYBEAN OIL AND OTHER OILS USED.
  9.  PROTEINS OF PLANT ORIGIN  PLANT SOURCES ARE MAINLY USED AS A SOURCE OF PROTEIN IN POULTRY FEED. SOYBEAN MEAL SOURCES OF THE MOST COMMONLY USED. AND ADD ANIMAL PROTEIN SOURCES OR AMINO ACIDS MANUFACTURER TO ENSURE COVER THE SHORTAGE IN SOYBEAN. MEAL MEANS USING SEED AFTER OIL EXTRACTION PROCESS THEM AND BE DONE EITHER BY PRESSING OR BY SOLVENT EXTRACTION.
  10. SOYBEAN MEAL SOYBEAN MEAL IT IS A SECONDARY PRODUCT OF THE EXTRACTION OF OIL CONTAINS 42 50 PROTEIN DEPENDENT ON THE EXTRACTION PROCESS THE PRIMARY SOURCE OF VEGETABLE PROTEIN IN POULTRY FEED BECAUSE OF THE ABUNDANCE OF PRODUCTION AND HIGH NUTRITIONAL VALUE TO HIM AND THUS USES HIGH RATES IN FEED BEARING IN MIND MIXING IT WITH SOME ANIMAL SOURCES OR FISH OR ADDED AMINO MANUFACTURER ACIDS TO ENSURE COVERAGE FOUND IN SOYBEAN SHORTAGES SUCH AS ( IT IS WORTH MENTIONING THAT IT CAN NOT BE USED SOYA RAW MATERIALS IN ORDER TO CONTAIN THE ENZYME TRYPSIN INHIBITORS THAT MUST BE DESTROYED BY HEAT OR OTHER MEANS.
  11.  •EXPELLER SOYBEAN MEAL HAS A PROTEIN CONTENT OF 43 BUT STILL MOST OF THE OIL IN THE SEED  •SOLVENT SOYBEAN MEAL THIS IS THE METHOD CURRENTLY USED AND BY THIS METHOD WE GET LOW CONTENT OF FAT WHEN COMPARED TO EXPELLER SOYBEAN MEAL AS WELL AS IT CONTAINS 44 PROTEIN  •HULLED SOLVENT SOYBEAN MEAL OUTPUT OF THIS METHOD HAVE A HIGH PROPORTION OF PROTEIN UP TO 50 ENERGY AND LOW IN FIBER 3 5 YOU CAN USE THIS KIND OF SOYBEAN MEAL IN THE CASE OF THE NEED FOR HIGH ENERGY FEED, AS IS THE CASE IN BROILER
  12. SOYBEAN ANALYSIS Soybean 48% Soybean44% Protein 48% 44% Energy 2440 kcal/kg 2230kcal/kg Fat 1.2% 1.5% Fiber 3.2% 7.3% Lysine 3.18% 2.95% Methionine 0.65% Calcium 0.30% T.Phosphorus 0.65%
  13. FULL FAT SOYBEAN ANALYSIS Protein 35% Energy 3750 kcal/kg Fat 18% Fiber 6% Lysine 2.40% Methionine 0.54% Calcium 0.25% T.Phosphorus 0.60%
  14. CORN GLUTEN MEAL  •THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF CORN GLUTEN MEAL PROTEIN CONTAINING 40 TO 60%, AND THIS MEAL IS CHARACTERIZED BY ITS ABILITY TO GIVE A YELLOW COLOR TO THE SKIN OF POULTRY AND EGG YOLKS. Corn Gluten Meal 40 % Corn Gluten Meal 60 % Protein 40% 60% Energy 2990 kcal/kg 3690 kcal/kg Fat 2.2% 2.2% Fiber 4.4% 2.2% Lysine 0.8% 1% Methionine 1% 1.7% Calcium 0.15 0.07% T.Phosphorus 0.45 0.48%
  15.  SUNFLOWER SEED MEAL  •CONTAIN UP TO 40% PROTEIN AND LOW CONTENT OF LYSINE, AND CAN REPLACE 50% OF THE SOYBEANS IN FEED HAVE UP TO 100% IF ADDED LYSINE.  SESAME MEAL  •IT IS A GOOD SOURCE OF VEGETABLE PROTEIN CONTAINS 44% PROTEIN AND NUTRITIONAL VALUE RISES WHEN MIXED WITH SOYBEAN MEAL. LOW CONTENT OF LYSINE BUT THIS PROBLEM ENDS WHEN MIXED WITH SOYBEAN. WE CAN USED SESAME MEAL BY ONLY HALF SOURCES OF PROTEIN IN THE FEED AND A MAXIMUM OF 15% OF THE AMOUNT OF FEED INTAKE.
  16. PROTEINS OF ANIMAL SOURCE  •BLOOD MEAL :-USED AFTER DRYING AND GRINDING IT CONTAINS 80% PROTEIN AND A GOOD SOURCE OF THE AMINO ACID LYSINE, AND IS ADDED TO DIETS IN LOW RATES.  •LIVER MEAL :-LIVER POWDER GOOD SOURCE OF PROTEIN, BUT USED LIMITED BECAUSE HIGH PRICE.  •MEAT MEAL :-A MEAT-FREE DRIED BONE OR CONTAINING A SMALL AMOUNT OF IT AND MUST CONTAIN A CERTIFICATE OF GUARANTEE MAKE SURE THE LOW CONTENT OF PHOSPHORUS. IT CONTAINS 50-55% PROTEIN, AND A HIGH PROPORTION OF LYSINE AND LOWIN METHIONINE, CYSTEINE AND TRYPTOPHAN. ADDITION 5% CAN BE UP TO 10%.  •MEAT AND BONE MEAL :-IT CONTAINS 47-50% PROTEIN, AS WELL AS HIGH LEVELS OF THE BONE WHICH MAKES IT A GOOD SOURCE OF CALCIUM AND PHOSPHORUS. ADDITION 5% CAN BE UP TO 10%.  PROTEINS OF ANIMAL SOURCE
  17. PROTEINS OF FISH SOURCE  THERE ARE MANY SOURCES OF PROTEIN FISH RANGING FROM THE CONTENTS OF THESE SOURCES OF PROTEIN FISH USER AND PARTS OF THE FISH THAT HAVE BEEN USED IN THE COMPOSITION OF THE POWDER AS WELL AS THE PROCESS USED IN DRYING, USING FOUR METHODS FOR DRYING A TYPE OF PREFERENCE DRYING VACUUM OR STEAM OR DIRECT HEAT OR SUNLIGHT FISH POWDER IS USED PRIMARILY AS A SOURCE OF PROTEIN BECAUSE IT CONTAIN A GOOD AMINO ACIDS PROFILE AND FISH POWDERS CAN BE DIVIDED INTO 3 PARTS  • WHITE FISH MEALS MADE OF PARTS THAT DO NOT EAT TUNA, WHALES AND LARGE FISH FISH WHICH IS LOW IN FAT CONTENT  • DARK FISH MEALS IT WAS OBTAINED THROUGH HERRING AND SARDINES FISH WHICH IS HIGH FAT  • SHRIMP MEAL SHRIMP POWDER IS SECONDARY PRODUCT FROM THE MANUFACTURE OF SHRIMP CONTAINS ABOUT 43 47 PROTEIN AND CONTAINS CALCIUM THAN THOSE FOUND IN FISH POWDER, BUT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE SALT CONTENT OF ABOUT 7.
  18. VITAMINS
  19. FAT-SOLUBLE VITAMINS Vitamin Source Vit. A Alfalfa •maize •Whale liver oil •industrially produced Vit. K •Green leaves such as alfalfa •meat, fish powder •industrially produced Vit. D •Whaleliver oil •industrially produced Vit.E •All grain •Alfalfa
  20. WATER-SOLUBLE VITAMINS Vitamin Source B1 (thiamin) •Green leaves such as alfalfa •Grain •Industrially produced B2 (riboflavin) •Green leaves such as alfalfa •FishMeal •industrially produced B4 (pantothenic acid) •Green leaves such as alfalfa •Peanuts Meal •calcium pantothenate B5 (niacin) •Alfalfa •FishMeal
  21. MINERALS
  22. MACRO MINERALS •Rock phosphorus plants produced from phosphate rock contains approximately 34% calcium •DI calcium from producer of phosphate rock phosphate (after getting rid of fluorine) or from the bone after a private transaction and containing 23% •bone powder plants with steam containing 31% •limestone contain about 37% Ca P •Rock phosphorus plants produced from phosphate rock contains about 15% phosphorus (P). •DI calcium produced phosphate from the phosphate rock (after getting rid of fluorine) or from the bone after a private transaction and containing 18% P. •bone laboratory powder steam contains 14.5% P. Na •Salt Cl •Salt
  23. MICRO MINERALS ALL OF THESE SALTS MAY BE OBTAINED SYNTHETICALLY, AND ARE USUALLY VEHICLE WITH EACH OTHER IN THE FORM OF A MIXTURE WITH VITAMINS AND ADDED TO THE FEED AT A FIXED RATE (FOR EXAMPLE, FROM  1.MAGNESIUM  2.POTASSIUM  3.SULFUR  4.MANGANESE  5.ZINC  6.IRON  7.COPPER  8.MOLYBDENUM  9.SELENIUM  10.IODINE  11.COBALT
  24. MOHAMED YASSIN TECHNO COMMERCIAL MANAGER mailyassin1985@gmail.com
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