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Adulteration Detection For Animal Feeds

Investigators
Kim, M S
Institutions
Universidad de Cordoba
Start date
2016
End date
2018
Objective

The objective is to evaluate meat and bone meal (MBM) materials using Raman chemical imaging and near-infrared hyperspectral imaging technologies to characterize their spectral and spatial features, for detection and identification of animal meals including ruminant, poultry, swine, and fish meals. The goals are to develop rapid and non-destructive methods to authenticate animal feed and to detect MBM-adulterated animal feed.

Funding Source
Agricultural Research Service
ARS (NP108)
Project source
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Project number
8042-42000-020-03S
Accession number
430501
Categories
Sanitation and Quality Standards