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Detection of cross-contamination in feedstuffs: presence of constituents of animal origin


Detection of cross-contamination in feedstuffs: presence of constituents of animal origin



Veterinary Research Communications 27(Suppl): 655-658



ISSN/ISBN: 0165-7380

PMID: 14535490

DOI: 10.1023/b:verc.0000014240.62720.3a

Sixty-eight (n=68) processed compound feed samples for ruminants in Italy were randomly selected for determination of crude protein (CP) and constituents of animal origin. It was shown that 9, 28 and 31 samples had <17%, 17%<CP>23% and >23% CP values, respectively. A small amount of fish bone fragments was detected in 5 samples and traces of mammal and/or poultry bone were found in 5 other samples.

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