The peroxide value test is a commonly requested test used to measure the stability of various food products including pet foods, feeds, and human foods. The peroxide value is a commonly used indicator of the shelf life of a product because an elevated peroxide value will accompany disagreeable odors.
Browse all of our tests here.VIEW TESTS
We’ve compiled here a list of resources that might interest you based on your specific search.
Determining if a supplement is needed for beef cows is based on forage quality and can be guided by a forage analysis which measures several components.READ MORE
Following is a brief introduction to the Interpretation of pastling curves for starch-based samples testing using your RVA 4500. A heat-hold-cool cooking cycle is assumed. A good textbook covering polymer hydrocolloids should provide further information on these processes and on starch chemistry, modification and uses.READ MORE
The quality of alfalfa hay used as feed, can be determined from the ADF, NDF, Relative Feed Value, TDN and crude protein levels.READ MORE