More efficient use of feed materials

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In the Netherlands, approximately 35,000 kton dry matter (DM) of feed and feed ingredients are available originating from regional production and import of feed and raw materials. About 25,000 kton DM is used in the Netherlands itself and about 10,000 kton is exported to other countries. Biorefinery enables us to extract feed components that cannot be utilized by animals. The challenge is to add value by applying these components in various value chains. In this way, raw material components can be degraded, thereby providing new raw materials for the biobased economy (BBE). This study gives an overview of the most promising opportunities to increase resource use efficiency by applying biorefinery technology on feed materials.
LanguageEnglish
Pages11-12
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 7 Apr 2017
EventThe 42nd Animal Nutrition Forum - Ghent, Belgium
Duration: 7 Apr 20177 Apr 2017
Conference number: 42

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ConferenceThe 42nd Animal Nutrition Forum
CountryBelgium
CityGhent
Period7/04/177/04/17

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Kasper, G. J., van Duinkerken, G., van Krimpen, M. M., van Wagenberg, C. P. A., Kals, J., Sanders, J. P. M., & de Visser, C. L. M. (2017). More efficient use of feed materials. 11-12. Abstract from The 42nd Animal Nutrition Forum, Ghent, Belgium.
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Kasper, GJ, van Duinkerken, G, van Krimpen, MM, van Wagenberg, CPA, Kals, J, Sanders, JPM & de Visser, CLM 2017, 'More efficient use of feed materials' The 42nd Animal Nutrition Forum, Ghent, Belgium, 7/04/17 - 7/04/17, pp. 11-12.

More efficient use of feed materials. / Kasper, G.J.; van Duinkerken, G.; van Krimpen, M.M.; van Wagenberg, C.P.A.; Kals, J.; Sanders, J.P.M.; de Visser, C.L.M.

2017. 11-12 Abstract from The 42nd Animal Nutrition Forum, Ghent, Belgium.

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