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End of course reflections

Congratulations, you have reached the end of the course!

In this course we have explore animal feed production with a particular focus on feed quality. The production of high quality and safe feed products is important as it enables farms to reduce production costs; maintain or increase food quality and consistency; and enhance animal health and welfare by providing adequate nutrition and safe feed at every stage of growth and production.

Throughout the course we explored the control systems and testing methods that can be used to maximise the quality of animal feed. In particular, we took a deeper look at quality management systems, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Principles, Quality Control and Testing Methods and Adulteration in Feed Quality.

We would like to thank all of you for your participation, comments, and responses. It has been great to share the journey with you and your fellow learners as we explored animal feed production. We hope that you enjoyed your time learning with us and achieved your learning objectives.

Please feel free to share any final thoughts on the course and interact with fellow learners in the comments section below.

And remember, this is part 1 of two complementary courses. Our second, named Animal Feed Production: Feed Safety is now open for enrollment here. This course commences on 11th November 2019.

Thank you for joining us on this learning journey.

We wish you every success!

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Animal Feed Production: Feed Quality

EIT Food