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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 (4 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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Mcwilliams Paul J, Van de, Ligt Jennifer LG, Cerda Carlos Ibanez, Newcomb Mark D, Touchette Kevin J, Ingvalson Joel, Strom Toby J, Van, Houten Michael, Wheeler Brian R: Solvent extracted corn. Renessen, Can Technologies, Cargill, Mcwilliams Paul J, Van de, Ligt Jennifer LG, Cerda Carlos Ibanez, Newcomb Mark D, Touchette Kevin J, Ingvalson Joel, Strom Toby J, Van, Houten Michael, Wheeler Brian R, HARPER James D, May 22, 2008: WO/2008/061190 (2 worldwide citation)

An improved extracted corn composition having an oil concentration of less than about 1.7 wt% (on an anhydrous basis) and containing high concentrations of protein and essential amino acids is provided. The composition has a nutritional profile advantageous for use as an animal feed ingredient. Also ...


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Humphrey R Kim, Lubbe Norman A, Mcclain Bruce R, Newcomb Mark D: Coated animal feed agglomerates. Moorman Mfg Co, October 2, 1996: GB2299257-A (1 worldwide citation)

Coated animal feed agglomerates such as pellets are made starting with uncoated agglomerates or pellets that may be formed of easily agglomerated or pelleted ingredients but which may be lacking in desirable nutritional or other ingredients. A binder such as a viscous aqueous gel is coated onto the ...


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Lafollette Andrew, Van de, Ligt Jennifer, Van de, Ligt Christiaan, Newcomb Mark D, Craig William Michael, Touchette Kevin J: Stabilized pancreas product. Can Technologies, Lafollette Andrew, Van de, Ligt Jennifer, Van de, Ligt Christiaan, Newcomb Mark D, Craig William Michael, Touchette Kevin J, PIERING Scott, February 9, 2006: WO/2006/014927 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides stabilized pancreas products useful, for example, as an animal feed additives. The invention also provides for feed additives and feed rations comprising a stabilized pancreas product. Further, the invention provides for methods of making stabilized pancreas products. ...


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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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Van de Ligt Christiaan Pa, Newcomb Mark D, Cook David A: Composition daliments pour animaux contenant un sous-produit de muqueuse, Animal feed composition comprising mucosa byproduct. Can Technologies, Can Technologies, Smart & Biggar, April 12, 2011: CA2489662

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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Cook David A, Barziza Daniel, Burghardi Steve R, Engelke Gregory L, Geisting Donald W, Mcgoogan Bruce Brim, Messman Michael A, Newcomb Mark D, Van de Ligt Jennifer L G: System and method for optimizing animal production based on environmental nutrient inputs. Can Technologies, wangyang, August 1, 2007: CN200580025242

A system for generating an animal feed formulation based on environmental nutrient inputs. The system comprises a simulator engine configured to generate a set of animal requirements in view of environmental nutrients received by an animal based on characteristics of the animal and a formulator engi ...


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Cook David A, Barziza Daniel, Burghardi Steve R, Engelke Gregory L, Geisting Donald W, Hahn John J, Knudson Brian J, Martinson Wade S, Mcgoogan Bruce Brim, Messman Michael A, Newcomb Mark D, Van de Ligt Jennifer L G: System and method for optimizing animal production. Can Technologies, wangyang, August 8, 2007: CN200580025243

A system for generating optimized values for variable inputs to an animal production system. The system includes a simulator engine configured to receive a plurality of animal information inputs and generate a performance projection. At least one of the animal information inputs is designated as a v ...


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Cook David A, Barziza Daniel, Burghardi Steve R, Engelke Gregory L, Geisting Donald W, Mcgoogan Bruce Brim, Messman Michael A, Newcomb Mark D, Van de Ligt Jennifer L G: System and method for optimizing animal production based on environmental nutrient inputs. Can Technologies, wangyang, August 22, 2007: CN200580025413

A system for generating optimized values for variable inputs to an animal production system. The system includes a simulator engine configured to receive a plurality of animal information inputs and generate a performance projection, wherein at least one of the animal information inputs is designate ...



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