USSEC Organizes China Feed Processing Training Course to the U.S.

By - Monday, October 17, 2016

USSEC China organized the 2016 Feed Processing Training Course to Kansas State University From September 18 – 25. Course topics included using soybean products efficiently, feed processing, and feed mill management, among others. The team also visited a dairy farm, Countryside Feed LLC, and the Kansas Soybean Association.

15 team members from China livestock integrators, top ten feed mills, and a feed additive company attended this activity. Participants not only learned advanced feed processing technology, but also viewed the processing of U.S. soybeans and soybean products. The delegation witnessed the sustainability of U.S. soybean production, quality and reliable supply firsthand.

The team visits Gary Robbin’s soybean farm

The team visits Gary Robbin’s soybean farm

Dr. Eric Michael, from KSU’s IGP program demonstrates how to produce extruded soybean product

Dr. Eric Michael, from KSU’s IGP program demonstrates how to produce extruded soybean product

Dr. Richard Han shows team members that U.S. soybean ingredients have a balanced amino acid profile

Dr. Richard Han shows team members that U.S. soybean ingredients have a balanced amino acid profile

The China feed team visits KSU’s O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Center

The China feed team visits KSU’s O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Center