Nitrogen-free Self Substances determination (Dry matter + Protein + Cellulose + Ash + Oil)

Determination of non-azole extracts (Dry + Protein + Cellulose + Ash + Oil)
Determination of non-azole extracts (Dry + Protein + Cellulose + Ash + Oil)

Organic substances are the burning part of dry matter during crude ash analysis. If the digestibility of organic materials increases, feeds become dense and if they decrease, they become roughage. Forages provide physical fullness in the digestive system and in this way, a sense of satiety in the animal fits. The main nutrients that make up organic matter are proteins, fats, cellulose and non-nitrogenous substances. If the value obtained from the raw ash analysis is subtracted from the total feed amount, only the organic matter content of the feed remains.

If the sum of crude protein, crude oil, crude cellulose and crude ash is subtracted from the total amount of dry matter, the amount of nitrogen free substance is obtained.

In other words, the non-nitrogenous substance is a nitrogenous substance which is not inherent in proteins. The ash, protein, fat, cellulose and moisture content determined according to the analysis methods of feeds is the group of substances obtained by subtracting 100 and generally consisting of carbohydrates such as starch and sugar, but which can include other substances.

In the laboratories, on the one hand the feed raw materials purchased and on the other hand the compound feeds are analyzed for nutritional values ​​which are important in terms of quality control. These analyzes carried out during or after production are carried out in accordance with the relevant legal regulations. Analysis methods are constantly updated according to new developments and technological devices.

The Veterinary Services, Plant Health, Food and Feed Law published in 2010 was enacted in order to ensure food and feed safety, to protect public health, plant and animal health, to ensure animal breeding and welfare and to protect the environment together with consumer interests.

These regulations are also taken into consideration in the determination of non-nitrogenous substances in laboratories within the scope of chemical tests. In addition, the standards published by local and foreign organizations are complied with during the studies.