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VOLUME III – FEED ANALYSIS

1 TAKING OF SAMPLES
1.4 Taking, storage and transportation of samples of semi-liquid or liquid animal feed
4 NITROGEN COMPOUNDS
4.11 AMINO ACIDS
4.11.6 Determination of lysine, methionine and threonine in commercial amino acid products and premixtures
6 SUBSTANCES OF PLANT FIBRES
6.5 DETERGENT FIBRES
6.5.1 Determination of amylase treated neutral detergent fibre (aNDFom) and amylase-treated neutral detergent fibre ash-free (aNDFom)
6.5.2 Determination of acid detergent fibre (ADF) and acid detergent fibre exclusive of residual ash (ADFom)
6.5.3 Determination of acid detergent lignin
7 STICKSTOFFFREIE EXTRAKTSTOFFE
10 MENGENELEMENTE
10.8.1.1 2 Wet digestion under pressure
10.8.3 (2.2.2.7) Determination of selected elements in plants and forage by X-ray fluorescence analysis
11 Essential trace elements
11.6 SELEN
11.6.2 Determination of selenium by flow-injection hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry (FI-hydride AAS)
11.7 IODINE
11.7.1 (2.2.2.3) Determination of the content of extractable iodine by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS)
13 VITAMINS AND SIMILAR ACTIVE SUBSTANCES
13.1 VITAMIN A
13.1.2 Determination of vitamin A (retinol), HPLC method
13.5 VITAMIN E
13.5.4 Determination of vitamin E, HPLC method
13.8 VITAMIN D
13.8.1 Determination of vitamin D3, HPLC method
14 COCCIDIOSTATS AND OTHER ADDITIVES
14.1 DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION
14.1.3 Determination of the carry-over of coccidiostats by LC-MS/MS
14.1.4 Determination of the carry-over of tetracyclines by LC-MS/MS
16 UNDESIRED SUBSTANCES
16.8.1 (3.3.2.2) Determination of chlorinated hydrocarbons (CHCs), selected single polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and toxaphenes by capillary gas chromatography
16.8.4 (3.3.2.4) Determination of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDD) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF) as well as selected coplanar polychlorinated biphenyls (non-ortho-pcb)
16.8.5 (3.3.3.2) Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in plant material
16.13 MYCOTOXINS – MULTI METHODS
16.13.1 Identification and quantification of fusarium toxins in cereals and feedingstuffs by LC-MS/MS
16.14.1 (3.3.2.5) Determination of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooc-tane sulfonate (PFOS) as lead compounds of perfluorinated chemi-cals (PFC) by liquid chromatography and mass spectrometric detec-tion
16.15.1 (3.3.7.1) Determination of active ingredients of pesticides in selected treated and processed feed by gas chromatographic procedures and mass spectrometric detection
17 UNDESIRED ELEMENTS AND IONS
17.1.2 (2.2.2.10) Determination of arsenic in feeds by flow-injection hydride genera-tion atomic absorption spectrometry
17.3.3 (2.2.2.11) Determination of fluorine in plants and animal feedstuffs using an ion-selective electrode
17.4.3 (2.2.2.9) Determination of mercury by cold vapour atomic-absorption spec-trometry (CV-AAS) or fluorescence
17.9 MULTIELEMENT METHODS TRACE ELEMENTS
17.9.1 (2.2.2.5) Determination of selected elements in plants, forage and mixed feeds by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS)
17.9.2 (2.2.3.1) Determination of selected elements in mixed or mineral feeds and in fertilizers by inductively coupled-plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS)
17.9.3 (2.2.2.12) Determination of platinum group elements (PGE) in plants and feedstuffs of plant origin by inductively coupled plasma-mass spec-trometry (ICP-MS)
27 DETERMINATION OF ENZYME ACTIVITIES
27.1 PHYTASE
27.1.2 Determination of phytase activity in feeds and premixes
27.1.3 Preparation of mineral feed and premixtures for the determination of phytase activity
28 MICROBIOLOGICAL PROCEDURES
28.1 GENERAL ENUMERATIONS OF MICROORGANISMS
28.1.1 Standard operating procedure for the enumeration of the micro-organisms using solid culture media
28.1.2 Standard operation procedure to enumerate bacteria, yeasts, moulds and Dematiaceae
28.1.3 Standard operating procedure to identify bacteria, yeast, moulds and Dematiaceae as product-typical or spoilage indicating indicator-micro-organisms
28.1.4 Standard operating procedure for microbiological quality assessment
28.2 ENUMERATION OF PROBIOTIC MICROORGANISMS
28.2.1 Enumeration of Bacillus cereus
28.2.2 Enumeration of Bacillus licheniformis and Bacillus subtilis
28.2.3 Enumeration of Enterococcus faecium
28.2.4 Enumeration of Enterococcus faecium and Lactobacillus rhamnosus
28.2.5 Enumeration of Pediococcus acidilactici
28.2.6 Enumeration of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
28.3 DETECTION OF OTHER GROUPS OF MICRO-ORGANISMS
28.3.1 Detection of Salmonella
28.4 MICROBIOLOGICAL DETECTION OF SUBSTANCES
28.4.1 Microbiological test for the detection of antimicrobial substances: basic module (screening)
29 MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL PROCEDURES
29.1 Molecular biological detection of animal materials (PCR method) – with addendum: Information about the detection of animal materials in feeds with the aid of molecular biological methods (PCR).
29.1 A Addendum
30 MICROSCOPIC METHODS
Downloads of the following microscopic methods are available at www.iag-micro.org
30.1 Sample preparation
30.2 Ergot
30.3 Datura
30.4 Rice chaffs
30.5 Castor (Ricinus communis) seed husks
30.6 Stone shells
30.7 Identification and estimation of ingredients
30.8 Ambrosia
31 NEAR INFRARED REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY
31.1 Analysis of the oilseed rape with near infrared reflectance spectroscopy in VDLUFA-network
31.2 Analysis of silage (grass, maize) with near infrared reflectance spectroscopy in VDLUFA-network
31.3 Analysis of maize for silage with near infrared reflectance spectroscopy in VDLUFA-network
32 ANNEX
32.1 Analysis tolerances Feed Magazine (Kraftfutter) 3-4, 2011, p. 34-44
32.1 Analysis tolerances
32.1 A Guideline for deriving analytical tolerances from results of feed analysis
32.2 Guide to the analysis of genetically modified feed