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Pet Food Comparisons

Easy Comparisons On Over 2,500 Dog Foods, Cat Foods, And Pet Treats. Petsumer Report is an online pet food information database providing subscribers with vital information on over 2,500 dog foods, cat foods, and pet treats (new products added each month). Subscribers have 24/7 access to information the pet food label does not provide. Petsumer Report provides subscribers with: US only or imported ingredients. Human grade or pet grade ingredients. Shelf life. Notice of Red Flag ingredients (potentially dangerous). Natural preservatives or potentially dangerous chemical preservatives. Health promoting ingredients. Rating per Aafco ingredient definitions (one to five Paw Prints). Pet Food Manufacturer Certifications (if any) Can Foods Bpa lining. Meat Meals (example Chicken Meal) contain muscle meat only or contain bone and internal organs. Easy comparisons of over 1,700 pet foods/treats (new products added monthly). History of pet food recall information with link to Fda recall page.

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Tastings Whats in the tuna can

The canning industry in the U.S. uses all the tuna we don't consume fresh. Albacore is firm, white, and mild, and you find it in the market as the higher-priced canned white tuna. Tuna that is not as light in color and stronger in flavor fills up the rest of the cans on the shelf. They reserve tuna for pet food, that has too strong flavor or too dark color for most human palates.

Pros and cons

Since the single-screw extruder has only one shaft, it will not self-clean as completely at the end of the operation. However, if formulas of pet food or feed products are nearly similar, a prepared second swing-away die plate assembly can be mounted at the discharge end. Usually, the extruder can be stopped, the die plate loosened, swung out, and replaced by another with a very short downtime. If not allowed to cool, the extruder can be started up. Opportunity may exist to add slowly up to 10 of the start-up product as rework in the succeeding run. Also, increased water or oil and ground corn or cracked soybeans may be added to help clear the cooling extruder at shutdown. Typically, production extruders operate 24 hours a day, and shutdowns for cleanup do not occur except for required sanitation when meat ingredients are used in food products. Recipes containing more than 12 internal fat may cause slippage inside the barrel, resulting in less shear, pressure and cooking of the...

Future trends

By definition, extrusion cooking is a process of mechanical and thermal transformation. It is necessary to draw a distinction between routine applications (snacks, pet food, expanded cereals, etc.), for which the importance of heat is secondary, and applications necessitating enhanced thermal performance. New

The modern eggs

Young hens, called pullets, begin laying eggs at the early age of 20 to 22 weeks and continue laying until the ripe old age of 75 weeks (less than a year and a half). On the average, they lay 270 eggs in their one-year egg-laying lifetime. As hens age, the eggs they produce keep shrinking both in size and frequency, signaling the rancher it is time to move them into their next job, being turned into pet food.