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William P Moore: Preparation of near-neutral anionic salt feed minerals. The Vigoro Corporation, September 17, 1996: US05556634 (7 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a near-neutral homogeneous mineral composition containing an excess of strong anions over strong cations for supplementing ruminant animal feeds, wherein magnesium and calcium chlorides are admixed with a molecular excess of ammonium sulfate and water and heated until a liquid ...


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Improvements in or relating to feed supplements. Nopco Chem Co, July 31, 1957: GB780022-A (3 worldwide citation)

A mineral feed supplement for poultry and livestock feeds comprises a multiplicity of solid granular particles (16-60 mesh), each particle being an intimate mixture of a normally solid wax-like material of melting-point at least 98 DEG F., a vegetable meal, and trace minerals. The wax-like material ...


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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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Improvements in or relating to animal feeds. Adolf Rosenberg, October 31, 1956: GB760011-A (2 worldwide citation)

Beads containing a fat-soluble vitamin, especially vitamin A, which retain the vitamin potency in animal feeds containing mineral supplements, and are of structure such that the vitamin is readily available on ingestion by the animal, are made by globulizing a liquefied mixture of a fat of m. pt. ab ...


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Patrick A Jobe, Clinton B Calk, David A Cook, Steven J Engelmeyer, Timothy C Gouldie, Bradley G Krusa, Leonardo A Vivas Luna, Mark D Newcomb, Brian T Parham, Jennifer L G van de Ligt: Mineral feed supplement. March 31, 2015: US08993038

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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Schinkel Otto Dipl Ing Fh, Callsen Hans Dipl Ing Fh: Process for preparing mineral feed or feed supplement nuggets.. Schaumann Wilhelm H, August 12, 1992: EP0498032-A2

The process comprises production of a homogeneous mixture of different mineral feed/mineral feed supplement pellet components in powder form and pressing the pulverulent mixture to give mineral feed/feed supplement pellets, characterised by the use of a roller press having two counter-rotating rolls ...


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Merkl Alfred: Supplement alimentaire mineral pour les oiseaux, Mineral feed supplement for birds. Merkl Alfred, OGILVY RENAULT, November 18, 1986: CA1214063

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A mineral feed supplement for birds, especiallycaged birds, is described, which is produced by coatingalgal calcium carbonate kernels with sodium and/orpotassium water glass and drying the coating.


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Jobe Patrick A, Calk Clinton B, Cook David A, Engelmeyer Steve, Gouldie Timothy C, Krusa Bradley G, Vivas Luna Leonardo A, Newcomb Mark D, Parham Brian T, Van de Ligt Jennifer LG: Aliment complementaire mineral, Mineral feed supplement. Can Technologies, Cargill Incorporated, Can Technologies, Cargill Incorporated, BERESKIN & PARR, April 3, 2007: CA2515572

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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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, June 6, 2007: EP1791441-A1

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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Patrick A Jobe, Clinton B Calk, David A Cook, Steven J Engelmeyer, Timothy C Gouldie, Bradley G Krusa, Leonardo A Vivas Luna, Mark D Newcomb, Brian T Parham, Jennifer LG van de Ligt: Mineral feed supplement. CAN Technologies, Cargill Incorporated, Cargill Incorporated, June 15, 2006: US20060127531-A1

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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