In 2020 TRIOTT Group launched the FeedForward webazine to help fill the COVID-19 void. The FeedForward webazine is a mix of filmed interviews & demonstrations and focuses on actual feed topics. Since the launch in 2020 five well-received episodes were livestreamed. Episode one focused on the Graincam, a digital measurement tool that automatically gathers data on kernel size distribution. Episode two was hosted by Triott’s storage specialist TSC and outlined the benefits of square storage systems. This was followed by ‘The Future of Feed Milling’, featuring Inteqnion. In 2021 there was a two-part conditioning special covering steam dosing and hygienization – with IVS Dosing Systems, PTN and Almex. The first FeedForward livestream of 2022 will be broadcasted in April.
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The Triott Group broadcast its first FeedForward webazine of 2022 in April, this episode focuses on how feed manufactures can leverage the very latest in production technology and knowhow to more profitably serve local markets at mid-sized volumes.
Called Scaling up for success, this episode is hosted by Ottevanger Milling Engineers and was broadcast on 7 April at 11am CET. You will learn how it’s possible to lower the threshold for local feed production without necessarily having to invest in a full-blown turnkey feedmill installation. To get in touch, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Conditioning special – part 2
Part two of the Feed Forward Conditioning Special took place on 15 June at 11am CET, entitled simply: ‘The guide to great conditioning’.
This episode was by hosted by Triott companies PTN and Almex (with IVS supporting). Our conditioning crew has explained the benefits of great conditioning and how to choose the right condition technology and set up. In this short guide we will help you to navigate the process and indentify the best solution for your unique needs. To get in touch, please send and email to email@example.com
Conditioning special – part 1
In response to customer demand, the Triott Group launched a two-part Feed Forward Conditioning Special. The first episode focused on demistifying the steam dosing process.
Part 1 took place on 11 May at 11.00 am CET (part 2 will follow on 15 June). The first episode, titled ‘It all starts with steam’, was hosted by IVS Dosing Technology. In this part the focus is on the importance of over-heated, dry steam to the conditioning process. Our Steam Team explains how good quality steam can solve a variety of problems in the feed mill: from poor pellet quality, to production breakdowns and bottlenecks, to reduced capacity. To get in touch, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s in store for 2021 and beyond?
“The future of feed milling”, the third episode broadcasted at 11am CET on 17 December and focuses on a data-driven and digital future. How does a feed mill and it’s software perform and look when we are moving away from analog? And how long will it take to get there? Triott’s director of development, René Ottevanger, discussed this topic with Marijn Laurensse (Inteqnion) and Auke Markerink (Ottevanger Milling Engineers) to give you a view on feed milling in 2021 and far beyond…
Global feed companies strive to produce and deliver the optimum quality and quantity of product – even in the face of unprecedented supply chain disruption. The feed industry has always relied heavily on storage. Now it’s time to ask: is it working for us when we need it most?
This episode includes a multi-dimensional viewpoint from: the feed mill (Klaremelk); the consultant (Vita BV); the contractor (Silokonsult); and the storage warehouse (Lütolf).
“Say goodbye to sieve analysis?”, the first episode is broadcast at 11am CET on 19 May and focuses on new techniques for improving feed quality – and specifically the consistency of particle size distribution. In addition to featuring Ottevanger team members, it includes an extended interview with leading customer De Heus Animal Nutrition, which is successfully piloting a novel Ottevanger solution called GrainCam.