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Related tags: Adm, Feed additives, antibiotic alternative function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("Adm, Feed additives, antibiotic alternative"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); The Illinois-based grain trading and animal feed additive company has been developing alternative ingredients for animal nutrition to address changing industry practices, said Pierre Duprat, president, Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) Animal Nutrition. He said the business’ acquisitions and research focus fit well with the company’s new corporate statement, which is focused on ‘unlocking the power of nature.’​ “Our customers are asking for fewer and fewer chemicals and antibiotics,” ​he told FeedNavigator. “And we coupled that with sustainability effor...

Oroville Dam: Disaster expert says spillway emergency ‘developed and propagated by DWR’

The part of the main Oroville Dam spillway below the break largely stayed dry Friday when water was sent down it again to lower Lake Oroville’s water level. (Bill Husa — Mercury-Register) About 35,000 cubic feet of water per second flows down the damaged Oroville Dam spillway, which was brought back into use Friday after being shut down March 27. The flow is almost triple the 13,000 cfs that was being released through the Hyatt Powerhouse under the dam. (Bill Husa — Mercury Register) FILE – In this Feb. 14, 2017, file photo water gushes from the Oroville Dam’s main spillway in Oroville, Calif. A team of experts is warning of a “very significant risk” if the main spillway of the California dam is not operational again by the next rainy season. The warning is contained in a report obtained Wednesday, March 22 by The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File) FILE – In this April 6, 2017, file photo, crews work near the Oroville Dam spillway in Oroville, Calif. With stormy weather approaching, California plans to resume releasing water down the damaged spillway at the nation’s tallest dam. (Dan Reidel/The Chico Enterprise-Record via A...

In iOS 13 and iPadOS, Safari gets a download manager. If you tap (or click, with

In iOS 13 and iPadOS, Safari gets a download manager. If you tap (or click, with the new iOS mouse support) on a link to a file, that file will now get downloaded to a folder. What’s more, you can change the location of that download folder. This is one of the small but essential new features in iPadOS that really turns the iPad into a viable MacBook replacement, even for those who aren’t yet used to the arcane ways of iOS. Let’s check it out. When you tap on a link to a file, Safari now pops up a dialog asking if you want to download that file. Tap Download, and off you go. By default, the file will be saved in a new Downloads folder at the root level of your iCloud Drive. For some file types — MP3 or WAV audio files, for instance — you can choose whether to download the file or view it. If you choose to view an audio file, the full-window player will open, just like in olden-days Safari. Just open up the Settings app and tap Safari in the left column. Then tap Downloads (that’s a new entry in the General section). You will see a list of possible download locations. The default, as mentioned, is the new Downloads folder in iCloud. You can also choose On My iPad, to stop your do...

Citroen sub-four-metre SUV platform spotted testing in India

Citroen India seems to have begun testing its new product for India, even as its debut offering, the Citroen C5 Aircross SUV comes later this year. As the brand has mentioned as part of its overarching plan for India, the sub-four-metre SUV is one of two more cars after the C5 Aircross that it plans to sell here over the next few years. The eventual goal is a two per cent market share in India over the next four to five years. The mule in the pictures is running a body-shell from the last-gen Peugouet 208 small-car but the raised ride height and wheel-arch gaps are quite evident. This sub-four-metre SUV will be the first of a range of vehicles that the brand is developing with a strong focus on India. They will be heavily localized, up to 98 per cent, and come with packaging specific to our market. The localized platform could be derived from that of the international market EMP1 platform that underpins the new 208. We expect engine options to be derivatives what the brand sells globally and in line with what the norm in this segment is. It should include 1.2-litre petrol, a turbocharged version of the same motor and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. These engines will be locally manu...

Aluminum CNC Machine: Best CNC Routers for Aluminum

So you want cut alimiunum? CNC machines made it much easier. Checkout our selection of the best desktop CNC routers for aluminum. Aluminum is one of the most commonly used industrial materials. Its strength-to-weight ratio makes it ideal for several applications in the marine, aerospace, and railway industries, all of which value lightweight durabiility. It’s a favorite in the automotive industry especially for its thermal and aesthetic appeal. In all of these sectors, aluminum needs to be cut precisely, and that’s where CNC routing comes in. CNC (computer numerical control) routers are automatic 3-dimensional cutting and milling machines that, compared to other cutting methods, eliminate waste and reduce errors. These machines come in many configurations, ranging from small DIY “desktop” CNC aluminum routers to industrial “gantry” equipment used in manufacturing plants. The choice of DIY or pre-assembled largely depends on one’s needs. For example, you’re better off purchasing a pre-assembled CNC aluminum router if you want to spend your time cutting rather than building. However, if you love to get your hands dirty, a DIY kit will do. In this piece, we list six great machines ...

The holidays behind us and that means we might try to rebound with some healthy eating habits. Luckily

The holidays behind us and that means we might try to rebound with some healthy eating habits. Luckily there are some advanced technologies making that a whole lot easier, and more delicious, than ever before. We’re back again with another amazing Chowhound giveaway —#chowgiveaway—and this time it’s a Breville Smart Oven Air going to one lucky reader. What’s so smart about it? Glad you asked. The sleek Breville Smart Oven Air uses precision control and super convection technology to not only cut down on cooking time for roasted chicken, turkey and tenderloins, but it also has the ability to air fry—or mimics the results of traditional deep-frying without any of the greasy, fatty oil. Heck yes! Make crispy french fries, onion rings, chicken wings and more with a fraction of the calories. Or use it as a dehydrator for easy veggie chips or protein-packed jerky. Valued at $499 the Breville Oven Air has received high technical marks from home chefs and experts alike and will help kick your healthy eating pledge into high gear. And that’s definitely not hot air. Automatic Deep Fryer To enter and win this great prize, all you need to do is fill out the form below between now and Jan. ...

16 years ago this week Suzuki unveiled a big revamp for the Suzuki RM250 and RM125

16 years ago this week Suzuki unveiled a big revamp for the Suzuki RM250 and RM125 for the upcoming 2001 model year The frames on both the RM 125 & 250s for 2001 were newly designed to reduce weight by around 580grams. Steering head had been reviewed to improve cornering and straight line stability.  On the RM 250 rake angles changed from 27° to 27.5° and trail was extended from 111mm to 115mm.  For the 125 rake went from 27.75° to 26.5° while trail went from 114mm to 104mm. Downtube size was changed from 50mm x 45mm x 1.4mm to 40mm x 45mm x 1.4mm in order to reduce weight for both the 125 & 250. Coupling-press type body frames instead of tube body frames were introduced to increase rigidity and to improve stability. Seat rails were now 120grams lighter. The footrests were relocated, 9mm rearwards and 9mm upwards to improve riding position for the 250.  No change in this area was undertaken on the 125. Front wheel hub width reduced from 102mm to 82mm.  The axle spacer material went from steel to aluminium in order to save weight while the outside diameter was up to 26mm from 25mm.  These changes resulted in 48grams being shaved from the front wheel hub. The cutouts on th...

L&L previews exhibitors and their products on show at the latest installment of the leading label

L&L previews exhibitors and their products on show at the latest installment of the leading label and package printing trade show, Labelexpo Europe 2017. Labelexpo Europe 2017 takes place September 25-28 in Brussels, Belgium, and is set to be the biggest edition in the show’s history. As well as the below exhibitor-by-exhibitor preview, read Andy Thomas’ opinion article on how Labelexpo Europe is broadening its horizons in 2017, and L&L editor James Qurk’s leader from issue 4 on how boundaries are shifting and the term ‘label’ is being redefined. There’s also a look at the new Automation Arena feature area debuting at Labelexpo Europe this year, and a lowdown on the Label Industry Global Awards 2017 finalists, also reported here, plus more on the new FoodSaveUV industry group that proposes food safe UV certification. And if you missed the pre-show webinar, catch up with it here. Further, see the image gallery below for visual highlights of what will be presented on the show floor at Labelexpo Europe 2017. AB Graphic | ACE | acpo | Actega | adphos Digital Printing | Ahlstrom-Munksjö | Shanghai Ako Printing Technology | Albertin | Alphas...