Feed & Feed Ingredients
Quality Control for Feed Ingredients
The animal feed and feed ingredient industry produces over 1 billion tonnes of compound feed annually. Cows, poultry, pigs, sheep, fish and other livestock convert this feed into animal protein and milk, providing over 1/3 of the protein consumed by a growing human population. Fast, accurate analysis is critical for finished feed and feed ingredient manufacturers to optimize their process and ensure quality. KPM has deep knowledge and years of experience providing feed and feed ingredient producers with rapid analysis at-line for quality control.
Moisture and Compositional Analysis of Feed for Livestock, Animals, and Fish
Near-Infrared (NIR) analysis is a proven technique designed to provide fast, accurate, and reliable results for the feed & feed ingredients industry, ideal for every step in the feed manufacturing process. We have deep knowledge and years of experience pin the industry and we offer solutions for rapid analysis of feed ingredients, compound feed, feel meals, feed mixtures, etc., at-line and in-line for quality control.
Compound feed for poultry, ruminant, swine, equine, concentrates. Aqua feed. Animal proteins.
Feed Ingredients - Compound Feed & Aqua Feed
Cereals, high protein (high oil), high protein (low oil), legumes, low protein (high oil), low protein (low oil), animal proteins, milk powders
Feed Ingredients - Animal Proteins
Meat meal, blood meal, meat & bone meal, poultry meal, feather meal, parrot, caged bird
General Feed: moisture, fat (ether extraction), fat (acid hydrolysis), protein, crude fiber, ash, starch, NDF, NCGD, ADF, Ca, P, NaCl
Poultry Feed: moisture, protein, fat, fiber, ash, Ca, P, Cl, Met, Cys, Met+Cys
Swine Feed: moisture, protein, fat, fiber, ash, Ca, P, lysine, NaCl
Aqua Feed: moisture, fat (ether extraction), fat (acid dydrolysis), protein, crude fibre, ash, starch, NDF, NCGD, ADF
Animal Proteins: moisture, fat (ether extract), protein, fat (acid hydrolysis), ash, crude fibre
For a full list of ingredients and constituents analyzed, refer to the calibrations documents: