Circularity in animal feed

A recent webinar hosted by the Schothorst Feed Research presented findings from a 5-year research project into ways to increase circularity in animal feed. The research looked at a range of by-products and co-products including PAPs to assess how they could be better utilised in animal feed to close the protein gap.

All seven presentations and the discussion are available to view online:

  1. Project Background Gert van Duinkeren, Wageningen Livestock Research
  2. Developments regarding PAPs over the last ten years Dr Martin Alm, EFPRA
  3. Nutritional value of PAPs Roger Davin, Schothorst Feed Research
  4. Consumer Perception Gemma Tacken, Wageningen University
  5. How to improve applicability of wet co-products in pig diets Martin de Grot, Bonda
  6. Processing on novel proteins and use in broiler diets Ellen van Eerden., Schothorst Feed Research
  7. Screening checklist for applicability of new feed materials Sharon van Schaijk, Agruniek Rijn vallei
  8. Discussion

Of particular interest to renderers are presentation 3 on the nutritional value of PAPs and presentation 4 on consumer perceptions of animal by-products in the for chain.

A pdf copy of all the presentations is available here.