- Roslin Nutrition has had the ability to
manufacture trial feed for over 20 years. During this period, we have perfected
a process whereby we can accurately produce feed to a very high standard of
homogeneity achieving CV’s of between 5-7%.
- Small batch sizes of 200, 600 and 1100kg are the
most common quantities of trial feed manufactured.
- Grab samples are taken from each 20kg bag, these
are placed in a small mixer and mixed for 3 minutes. Sub samples are taken from
the composite mix, some are retained within the feed mill and others will be
sent for test product recovery and proximate analysis.
- Feed for studies is enclosed in 2ply brown paper
bags, each bag is individually weighed (20kg), this weight is written on the
- Each bag of feed is identified with a coloured
label which refers to the treatment number, this enables the staff on farm to
easily place the correct treated feed at the appropriate pen.
- We also offer a feed manufacturing service to
companies who wish to undertake product recovery and stability testing of a
product. We can collect samples of feed at multiple locations throughout the
We can produce feed through the pellet press at different temperatures within a range from 60oC to 80oC. Samples of feed, pre and post, pelleting are taken to allow analysis of the effect of temperature on active ingredients included in the complete feed.
Good reasons to feel reassured
We Help Make Your Concepts A Reality
"Pen & Tec Consulting has worked with Douglas and the Roslin team on various projects during the last fifteen years. Roslin brings vast knowledge and expertise to animal health & nutrition projects, especially with poultry and pigs. As well as running studies that meet demanding EFSA and GCP standards, Roslin's experience and excellence in diverse areas such as feed mill technology and hatchery management often contributes added value to feed additive development projects, thus helping to ensure successful study outcomes. We will continue to work with Roslin Nutrition in future, and look forward to tapping into Roslin's special expertise, whenever required."
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