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Journal Article

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Economic factors with influence on feed manufacturing  [2012]

Stevanović, Jasna (Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, Belgrade (Serbia). Association of Agriculture, Food-processing and Tobacco and Water Industry); Drljačić, Aleksandar (MagnaVita Hol.a.d., Superprotein A.D., Zrenjanin (Serbia)); Miljković, Biljana (Scientific Institute of Veterinary of Serbia, Belgrade (Serbia));

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Technological development of industrial feed production is intended to achieve a standardized and sustainable livestock production, and must be economically justified to provide a safe and permanent placement of animal products at market. Moreover, going along with price stability, products of animal origin must be safe for use in order to protect consumers. It is known that feed industry promotes technology development of other food processing industries, by giving "a new nutritional value" to their by-products, and using them as their raw materials. From the economic point of view, optimal use of by-products of vegetable or animal origin is in improvement of efficiency of animal feed, controlled use of resources and reduction of nutrients losses. In this manner, waste management and "solving the problem" is more promote at the very source of their origin. Speaking in ecological terms, any waste that can be to used is considered as a resource, in order to sustained industrial feed production. The data that we used for analyzing production, prices and terms of use of vegetable or animal origin by-products in animal nutrition, were taken from Statistical Office, official reports, trading informants, and up-to-date regulations in Serbia, accompanied with EU legislative. The aim of this paper is to evaulate the legitimate need of using the by-products in slaughter industry, in accordance with the regulations that defining their use, beside the plant by-produc
ts, and in accordance with current legislative and new acknowledgement of their safety.

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