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Chapter 8. Feedstuffs 1. Feeding farm animals is a process of priority decision-making involving at least two general conditions. The first is an abundance of food material which is not in a usable form or aesthetically acceptable as human food, and the second is a surplus of food material accompanied by a standard of living sufficiently high that the nutrient losses involved in feeding animals are compensated for by the increased desirability and nutritional excellence of foods of animal origin.

Decisions relevant to the first set of conditions include determining the optimum s and kinds of animals that can be productively supported by the available feedstuffs.

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Efforts should be made to maximize production; but also to allocate nutrient supplies in a competitive situation for the maximum benefit to the society concerned. These decisions are among the most critical that civilization faces today. Decisions can be made only on the basis of reliable information concerning the composition of all feed materials used in animal feeding. This information is fundamental in asing priorities to the use of available feed supplies in animal agriculture. Although there was some contact between the two centres for several years, it was not possible to combine or adapt the systems to each other.

FAO, in turn, sent a consultant to review on-going international activities in the fields of feed data collection and methods for retrieval of these data, and to report on possibilities for collaboration on an international basis.

The report Single horny teachers Mineral California, enumerated the value of a collaborative effort in this field, both to developing countries and to animal production at the international level and recommended that FAO act as the coordinator for international activities in collection of data on feed composition and its summarization and dissemination. The first consultation meeting was held inin Rome. All centres function independently with regard to financing, personnel, data retrieval, research and publications.

Naming and describing feeds for data processing must be carried out systematically. This means that a precise nomenclature had to be established. This nomenclature contains controlled terms descriptors which constitute the "International Feed Vocabulary". These descriptors are used for coining the international names of feed.

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Thus, the nomenclature can be expanded by combining the existing descriptors. Many of the by-products arising from the preparation of human food are suitable for animal feeds. As new technology develops for processing human foods, additional by-products are constantly being introduced.

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Unless well-defined guidelines are established for naming these products, confusion will reign. Many grain products are changed by subjecting them to some form of mechanical process; e. This often in an alteration in the nutritive value of feeds. Generally, these changes increase nutritive values resulting in increased efficiency of animal production. However, this complicates the task of precisely naming these materials. The names of many feeds are controlled officially by regulation in the U. These names include descriptions of processes used in their manufacture and may include guarantees of quality.

Such names, however, are usually common or trade names and do not describe the feed accurately. In reviewing the literature, more than 20 percent of the common names were found to be different names synonyms for the same product from different areas of the world. This complicates the identification of feeds. A new international system was proposed by Harris and Harris et al. This system was modified and is now known as the International Feed Vocabulary. Using this vocabulary, over 18 feeds have been recorded and given International Feed Descriptions or Names in English, German and French.

Portuguese and Spanish versions are being prepared. These International Feed Names are now in wide use. The International Feed Vocabulary is deed to give a comprehensive name to each feed as concisely as possible. Each feed name is coined by using descriptors taken from one or more of six facets.

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Facet 1: Origin. The origin or parent materials may be one of three types: i plants specific barley, oats, coconut, soybeans non specific cereals, grass, meadow ii animals specific cattle, chickens, swine non specific animal, poultry, fish iii minerals, chemical products, drugs and others.

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For specific plants and animals, each descriptor of this facet is composed of: i scientific name ii common name. Feeds should be described by their common names at up to three levels as far as this is possible.

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The first level should be the generic name; e. The second level should be more specific such as breed or kind ; e. The third level should list other important characteristics such as strain; e. This component of the feed description represents the actual part of the parent material fed. In the past, the edible parts of plants and animals were obvious such as leaves, stems, seeds, meat trimmings, or bones. Today, due to the extensive fractionation of plant seeds and the reconstitution of many of the parts into new processed foods, innumerable by-products are available for animal feeding.

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Each part has to be described unambiguously by a descriptor, the use of which is defined as far as necessary. Some feeds may have no specific origin, and are described by their common name; e. Minerals, drugs and chemicals are listed according to the nomenclature of CRC The chemical formula are deated where applicable.

Many processes may be used in the preparation of a feed for consumption and some of these may ificantly alter their nutritional value. Heat may damage some nutrients and, conversely, it may make others nutritionally more available. Pelleting increases consumption while grinding may affect digestibility of protein and carbohydrates. It is important, then, that a feeder be aware of the processes to which a feed has been subjected. Also, the type of animal and its physiology must be considered relative to these factors. Therefore, origin and part terms are followed by those distinguishing the different methods of processing which are used alone or combined; such as separating, reducing size or thermal.

Facet 4: Stage of Maturity or Development. Although stage of maturity may be unimportant or may not even apply to many feeds such as grain by-products, it is probably the most important factor influencing the nutritive value of forages.

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There is an optimal stage of maturity for forage crops beyond which lignification or the reduction of the ratio of leaf to stem greatly reduces digestibility. Examples of International Feed Descriptions with stage of maturity for plants and animals are given in Table 4. Facet 5: Cutting. Many forage crops are cut and harvested several times during the year. Each cutting has a unique nutrient content as well as characteristic physical properties. The descriptor for cutting refers to the sequence of cutting from the first to the last during the year cut 1, cut 2, etc. The maturity terms refer to stage of growth or of regrowth and, therefore, must be considered within the limits of cutting.

In tropical and subtropical areas, crops may be cut throughout the year, particularly if they are irrigated. For irrigated forages, the count should start from the first crop. Since stage of maturity is more important than cutting data, the various cuts for forages are sometimes combined with the stage of maturity when data are summarized for feed composition tables. Examples of International Feed Descriptions with cuttings are given in Table 5. Some commercial feeds and feed ingredients are given official grades on the basis of their composition and other quality characteristics.

Such feeds are sold on a quality description basis in accordance with their official gradings.

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Thus, these grades and quality deations must be included as a definitive component in the description of the feed. These guarantees and quality are used as descriptors in this facet. Examples of International Feed Descriptions with grade are given in Table 5. By necessity these classes are arbitrary, and in borderline cases the feed is ased to a class according to the most common use made of it in usual feeding practice.

For instance, some bran samples may contain over 18 percent fibre and more than 20 percent protein and yet are classed as forages because they are normally used in this way. Forages or roughages are low in net energy per unit weight, usually because of the high fibre content.

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The first digit of this IFN denotes the class of feed. This reference is used in computer programmes to identify the feed for use in calculating diets, summarization of the data, for printing feed composition tables and for retrieving on-line data for calculating diets for maximum profit. A complete International Feed Description consists of all descriptors applicable to that feed. It is numerically identified by the IFN.

This is illustrated by examples in Table 7. Usually, these names are not used as international feed descriptions because they are either incomplete or do not begin with the origin or parent material. However, they are used as additional names to relate the country name to the international feed description. In feed tables, these names may be listed after the short feed names for a given country or region.

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Examples of country names are given in Table 8. This form has been revised by INFIC so that data on additional attributes such as toxic constituents, fertilizer and pollution can be recorded.

Figure 1 illustrates one type of source form in use. The example source forms are used to record nutritional data about a feed. Items that may be recorded on the source form are outlined below. However, only those which are applicable to the particular feed sample are recorded Figure 2 for example of completed source form.