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.
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Here is a comprehensive listing of the analysis options provided by Midwest Labs to the Animal Feed industry. It includes tests, methods, prices, descriptions, warnings, recommendations, suggestions, instructions, and reporting options.READ MORE
A general guideline for particle size interpretation shows an average particle size of 700-800 microns is considered acceptable for all classes of swine.READ MORE
Mycotoxins are not produced all the time, but can present under specific growing conditions and colonize crops.READ MORE