NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007 l VOLUME 58 l NUMBER 6
13 Beyond corn: Alltech
moves forward with
Promising an emphasis on value-added products and a boost to
agriculture, Alltech prepares to move
forward with its rural community
biorefinery project after receiving
development incentive from the
Commonwealth of Kentucky.
20 Distillers grains
can be good choice
Like other potential ingredients, price is
the determining factor for incorporating
distillers grains into poultry diets,
but cost-effective DDGs can be an
excellent choice for poultry.
16 IFE offers a world
Feed Management brings you the
latest information on this year’s
International Feed Expo and
International Poultry Expo.
24 20 ways to reduce
When it comes to reducing energy-related operating expense, small
steps really can add up to noticeable
On track for feed:
can ethanol deliver?
10The fast-growing ethanol industry has
left immense quantities of distillers
grains in its wake. The past year has
seen more focus on the need for
consistent quality, although transport
and handling problems continue.
18 Coping with
It’s difficult to predict if your company
will ever have to deal with an actual
product recall, but preparing for such
an incident should be an integral part
26 Plan for the best,
prepare for the worst
No one likes to think about disaster
striking or a crisis situation, but having
a written plan in place to deal with such
incidents can save time and dollars
should the unfortunate occur.
On the cover: Transport, handling and availability concerns continue to surface as the animal feed industry
deals with immense amounts of distillers grains. (See page 10.) © Photographer: Jim Parkin | Agency: Dreamstime.com
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4 FM on site
32 Trade Meetings
32 Market place