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Reynolds Luke, Mcgowen Scott, Sheffer Robert, Veal Joshua S, Brion Todd G, Zullo Luca C, Cook David A: Fuel pellet comprising an agricultural biomass. Cargill Incorporated, Can Technologies, Reynolds Luke, Mcgowen Scott, Sheffer Robert, Veal Joshua S, Brion Todd G, Zullo Luca C, Cook David A, PIERING Scott T, March 27, 2008: WO/2008/036605 (3 worldwide citation)

Fuel pellets which include substantial amounts of agricultural biomass having a relatively low lignin content are provided. The fuel pellets have a low ash content, good pellet durability (e.g., as determined by their pellet durability index) and heating values comparable to conventional hardwood fu ...


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Jobe Patrick A, Newcomb Mark D, Calk Clinton B, Cook David A, Engelmeyer Steve, Gouldie Timothy C, Krusa Bradley G, Luna Leonardo A Vivas, Newcomb Mark D, Parham Brian T, Van de, Ligt Jennifer L G: Mineral feed supplement. Can Technologies, Cargill Incorporated, Jobe Patrick A, Newcomb Mark D, Calk Clinton B, Cook David A, Engelmeyer Steve, Gouldie Timothy C, Krusa Bradley G, Luna Leonardo A Vivas, Newcomb Mark D, Parham Brian T, Van de, Ligt Jennifer L G, PIERING Scott T, March 30, 2006: WO/2006/034098 (3 worldwide citation)

A mineral supplement is described herein that has a high mineral and/or nitrogen content and is capable of being formed into a pellet. The mineral supplement may comprise a heat sink that absorbs heat during processing, thus facilitating the formation of the mineral supplement as a pellet.


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Van de, Ligt Christiaan, Newcomb Mark D, Craig William Michael, Cook David A: System for and method of customizing an animal feed based on nucleic acid material content. Can Technologies, Van de, Ligt Christiaan, Newcomb Mark D, Craig William Michael, Cook David A, PIERING Scott T, December 31, 2003: WO/2004/001651 (1 worldwide citation)

A system for and method of determining a formulation for an animal feed having a customized nucleic acid material content. The system can include an animal profile, an animal nutrient requirement profile, an evaluation criteria, and/or ingredient nutrient content profiles. The information contained ...


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Chandra Madhavi W, Cook David A, Retana Alvaro E, White Russell I, Yang Yi: System and method for exchanging awareness information in a network environment. Cisco Technology, Chandra Madhavi W, Cook David A, Retana Alvaro E, White Russell I, Yang Yi, SHOWALTER Barton E, February 3, 2005: WO/2005/010682

A method for communicating packets in a network environment (10) is provided that includes receiving a packet at a network element and identifying a sequence number (316) included in the packet that correlates to awareness information associated with one or more adjacent network elements. A table in ...


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Newcomb Mark D, Van de, Ligt Christiaan Pa, Cook David A, Cieslak David G: System and method of customizing an animal feed based on heat increment. Can Technologies, Newcomb Mark D, Van de, Ligt Christiaan Pa, Cook David A, Cieslak David G, PIERING Scott T, July 15, 2004: WO/2004/057949

A system for and method of determining a formulation for an animal feed having a customized heat increment value. The system can include an animal profile (310), an animal nutrient requirement profile (320), an evaluation criteria (340), and/or ingredient nutrient content profiles (330). The informa ...


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Cook David A, Retana Alvaro E, White Russell I, Yang Yi, Chandra Madhavi W: System and method for controlling the flooding of information in a network environment. Cisco Technology, Cook David A, Retana Alvaro E, White Russell I, Yang Yi, Chandra Madhavi W, SHOWALTER Barton E, August 4, 2005: WO/2005/069826

An apparatus for communicating packets in a network environment is provided that includes a first network element that includes a first neighbor list, the first network element being coupled to a second network element and a third network element. The first network element is operable to receive a s ...


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Thompson Valerie, Craig Mike, Cook David A: System and method for animal feed market analysis. Can Technologies, Thompson Valerie, Craig Mike, Cook David A, PIERING Scott T, October 23, 2003: WO/2003/087999

A valuation system (100) for determining the impact of a modification in the nutrient composition of an ingredient or the impact of a new ingredient on the value of the ingredient and the value of competing ingredients (140). The system can include a repository of information related to potential ma ...


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Van de, Ligt Christiaan Pa, Newcomb Mark D, Cook David A: Animal feed composition_comprising mucosa byproduct. Can Technologies, Van de, Ligt Christiaan Pa, Newcomb Mark D, Cook David A, sCARTER Charles G, December 31, 2003: WO/2004/000035

Animal feeds, which include compositions utilizing mucosa byproducts derived from mucosal material, such as digested gut material, are provided. The feeds can include a mucosa byproduct which contains at least about 10 wt.% nucleic acid material; at least about 20 wt.% mucopolysaccharides; and no mo ...


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