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From the editor: Weighing, bacteria control, soft bites, and water activity

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There are many important processes in petfood production and weighing or ensuring the formula is correct is a big one.  The list of nutrients on a finished bag are minimums or maximums and usually...

From the editor of International Petfood Magazine

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Topics of the month include hammermills, unadulterated products, the extruder barrel and organic and/or functional petfoods – quite a range, so let’s get started with hammermills. Grinding petfoods is typically done with hammermills as some...

From the editor: dog food

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Dogs are by far the most acquired pet in the world. It is estimated that there are near 900 million dogs worldwide with the USA having 10% at 90 million. As a note there...

From the editor: bird feeds

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Spring is here and along with the improving weather, while I was attending the Petfood Forum in Kansas City it was obvious that everyone else also is feeling the need to get out and...

Equine feeds

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Equine feeds come in many different forms, pasture, hay, grains, mixtures of grains and elements known as mash feeds. Horse feeds can also be pelleted and extruded or formed in a number of ways....

The evolution of petfoods

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Petfood has evolved over the years from the pets fending for themselves through being feed meat and fat scraps to supplemented table scraps prepared by pet owners. Jack Spratt concocted a biscuit like treat...

Petfood – an international product

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Petfoods have become a truly internationally produced, shipped and marketed product, covering many styles and types. Production of petfood has enjoyed amazing growth as well as advancements in production methods over the years, which...

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