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Feed Balancer

Feed Balancer designed to balance rations for the development and improvement of cattle and poultry. Simultaneously, the Feed Balancer allows farmers to quickly check that the nutrients are delivered to their cattle herds are adequate to meet the requirements of health and production.



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Feed Balancer is not designed to replace a professional nutritionist. Rather, it is designed to be used as a management tool for producers to more closely monitor the nutritional needs and feed costs of their operation. When used correctly, the program will help producers determine what times of the year require the highest level of nutrition, when they can utilize lower quality, less expensive feeds, and when is the most efficient time to manipulate the body condition of their livestock.

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- Wikipedia.

- FAO.

- Nutrient Requirements of Poultry (National Research Council - NRC, 1994).

- Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle (NRC - Seventh Revised Edition, 2001).

- Thành phần và giá trị dinh dưỡng thức ăn gia súc, gia cầm Việt Nam - Viện Chăn nuôi. Nhà XB Nông Nghiệp, Hà Nội - 2001.

- Pearson Square Method.


- Amino acid based on the total.

- Phosphorus based on the total.

- Amino acids and Mineras based on % per KG diet.

Unit Conversion

Vitamin A: 1 IU is the biological equivalent of 0.3 μg retinol, or of 0.6 μg beta-carotene.

Vitamin C: 1 IU is 50 μg L-ascorbic acid

Vitamin D: 1 IU is the biological equivalent of 25 ng cholecalciferol/ergocalciferol

Vitamin E: 1 IU is the biological equivalent of about 0.667 mg d-alpha-tocopherol (2/3 mg exactly), or of 0.45 mg of dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate.

Insulin: 1 IU is equivalent to 0.0347 mg of human insulin (28.8 IU/mg).