An ingredient can be chosen by typing parts of the name and selecting from the results that pop up, or click "Click to see all ingredients" and select from the list provided - and add the % inclusion for each ingredient in your feed formulation.
Once the recipe is complete (i.e. you have reached 100%), the Feed Pellet Quality Factor of the formulation is calculated, automatically saved and shown . You will also see the bulk density for the formulation â€“ shown both as kg/m3 and lb/ft3.
An FPQF below 4.7 suggests pellet quality problems unless a higher than normal amount of electrical energy is used in the pelleting process.
An FPQF higher than 4.7 indicates that production rate can be increased/maximized.