Important analysis done

Nowadays production condition of cattle farms in Iran has been rising due to increasing attention to the nutrition, genetics and management issues. Therefore, the annual record of milk has exceeded 38 liters in some of the industrial husbandry of Isfahan Province and other provinces. Moreover, the record of dairy cows in some of the seasons has exceeded 40 liters. Milk production and its continuation in nutrition are based on the precise formulation of all rationed items and its proper nutritional management, genetic progress, and management issues. In order to achieve exact ration formulation, we need to provide for accurate information on the feed ingredients and the requirements of different groups of livestock. In addition, due to the fact that in most cattle farms, feed ingredients and concentrates (including soybean meal, cottonseed, fish meal, corn gluten meal, etc.) are purchased periodically; therefore, the quality and nutrient concentrations of these products are highly variable. Moreover, they can eventually affect the quality of concentrate production obtained from these products and finally can affect the quality of total mixed rations (TMR). Meanwhile, the high milk producing cows (the main milk production group) and transition cows are mostly negatively affected by the daily nutritional changes. Because the concentrate typically consists of at least 10 different feed ingredients and measuring every single concentrated contents is very costly and time-consuming; therefore, measuring the quality and quantity of feed that is thrown in the manger can be a management tool for better balanced rations, and improve the quality of livestock feed, it also impose lower cost on farmers.

In another section, corn silage, according to the consumption level (As-fed), constitute up to 60% of the total mixed rations. Therefore, variable silage quality (due to being purchased from different areas and the way it is being stored) can significantly affect the quality of the TMR.

Based on these two principles, Sepahan Daneh Co. in collaboration with its specialized laboratories intends to experimentally analyze total mixed rations, corn silage and protein sources as the most important parameters determining the quality of total mixed rations.

Analysis of TMR includes dry matter, size of the pieces, proximate analysis of (crude protein, NDF, ADF, crude fat, ash and non-fiber carbohydrates, rumen degradable protein, dietary cation-anion difference (DCAD), calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), magnesium, sodium (Na), potassium (K), chlorine (Cl), sulfur, etc.

Corn silage analysis includes profiles of fatty acids, lactic acid, pH, ethanol, dry matter, size of the pieces, proximate analysis of (crude protein, NDF, ADF, crude fat, ash and non-fiber carbohydrates) and mycotoxins (aflatoxins, zearalenone, etc.).

Analysis of protein sources (As fish meal, corn gluten meal, soybean meal and soybean) includes Rumen Undegradable Protein (RUP), Degradable Protein (RDP), Acid Detergent Insoluble Crude Protein (ADICP), dry matter and proximate analysis (Crude protein, NDF, ADF, Crude fat, ash and non-fiber carbohydrates).

Analysis of raw milk, including milk urea nitrogen (MUN), microbiological analysis of milk (types of bacteria in milk)

Analysis of metabolic testing of the herd includes glucose, beta-hydroxybutyrate, non-esterified fatty acids, cholesterol, triglycerides, total plasma protein, albumin, globulin, liver enzymes (AST and ALT), blood urea nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium and potassium.

 

Important analysis done
Important analysis done


Summary of experiments which can be carried out in specialized laboratories of Sepahan Daneh Parsian.

Item No. code Test  Description  Item No.  Test Code Description 
CP Crude Protein 31 Mn Manganese
2 EE Ether Extract 32 Se Selenium
 3 NDF Neutral Detergent Fiber 33 Glu Plasma glucose (serum)
4 ADF Acid Detergent Fiber 34 NEFA Plasma non esterified Fatty acid
5 CF Crude Fiber 35 BHBA Plasma Beta-Hydroxybutyrate (Serum)
6 Ash Ash 36 TP Total Plasma Protein (serum)
 7 DMa Dry Matter (typical) 37 BUN Blood Urea Nitrogen (serum)
8 DMt Dry Matter (distillation of toluene) 38 TG Plasma Triglycerides (serum)
9 NDICP Neutral Detergent Insoluble Crude Protein 39 AST Plasma Aspartate Transferase (serum)
10 ADICP Acid Detergent Insoluble Crude Protein 40 ALT Plasma Alanine aminotransferase  (serum)
11  Solp Soluble Protein 41 Alb Plasma albumin (serum)
12 NPN Protein Nitrogen 42 Clos Plasma cholesterol (serum)
13  RDP Rumen Degradable Protein 43 Createnin Plasma creatinine (serum)
14 RUP Rumen Undegradable Protein 44 BCa Blood Calcium (serum)
15 TVN Total Volatile Nitrogen 45 BMg Blood magnesium (serum)
16 BC Buffering Capacity 46 BP Blood Phosphorus (serum)
17 pH PH 47 VFA Volatile fatty acids
18 NaCl Sodium Chloride 48 AFT Aflatoxin
19 Ca Calcium 49 Zearaleno Zearalenone
20 P Phosphorus 50 ne DON Doxinyl
21 Mg Magnesium 51 T2 Toxin T-2 toxin
22 K Potassium 52 DCAD Dietary Cation- Anion Difference
23 Cl Chlorine 53 TDS Total dissolved solids
24 Na Sodium 54 TSS Total Solved Solids
25 S Sulfur 55 Pwa Phosphorus soluble in water and acid
26 Zn Zinc 56 T Count Determining the Total Count
27 Fe Iron 57 Fungi & Yeast Fungi and Yeast
28 Cu Copper 58 E Coli  Determine the Escherichia coli 
29 Co Cobalt 59 Salmonell Salmonella counting
30 I Iodine 60 a Bacillus Bacillus count