THE MAXI-MIL PRODUCT FAMILY
Every mill is different. Every manufacturer has slightly different requirements. Every feed formulation varies in its ingredient mix. That’s why we have different Maxi-Mil products – and there’s a Maxi-Mil product to suit you.
The addition of Maxi-Mil solution provides valuable benefits:
- increased moisture retention during cooling process
- improved conditioning: better moisture retention allows better thermal acceptance of the pellet press and more thorough heating of the meal particles, resulting in better gelatinization of starch, plasticization of proteins and softening of fiber
- reduced pellet mill energy requirement
- improved pellet stability and PDI index
- less fines
WHY FINES MATTER
High levels of fines are associated with poor live weight gain and FCR, in both wheat- and maize-based diets. Every 10% reduction in feed fines is worth up to $0.03 per bird* in live weight alone, ignoring the effect on FCR.
Kenny & Rollins, Aviagen 2007
To ensure you get the most from the Anitox Maxi-Mil Program, we’ve set up the Anitox Feed Milling Technology Team.
A member of our team will undertake a full assessment of your feed mill, its process and how the Maxi-Mil application can interface with your control systems to optimize application rates on each individual formulation. We’ll then continue to work with you to ensure you get the most out of Maxi-Mil.
By deploying the Maxi-Mil Program, you’ll be confident that you’re not only getting the most from your mill, but that you’re producing feed at optimum cost with the highest pellet quality. What’s more, you’re also assured of top-class customer service and ongoing technical support from the sector leader.
Your local Anitox Feed Milling Technologist is looking forward to helping you develop your own Maxi-Mil Program. Contact us to find out more.
HEAT STRESS IN LAYERS
Maxi-Mil A contains acetic acid, which has been shown to benefit layers during heat stress. Maxi-Mil A treated feed increases egg production and egg weight, while improving the quality of both shell and albumen.
Kadim et al, 2008