His main research concerns Animal science, Pellet, Particle size, Meal and Food science. His study looks at the intersection of Pellet and topics like Biochemistry with Nursery pig. His Particle size research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nutrient digestibility, Stomach and Morphology.
His Stomach study incorporates themes from Nutrient excretion, Excretion and Roller mill. The Food science study combines topics in areas such as Weight gain, Extrusion and Weaning. His work carried out in the field of Extrusion brings together such families of science as Carbohydrate, Lysine, Animal feed and Wheat flour.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Food science, Feed conversion ratio, Agronomy and Pellet. His research integrates issues of Meal, Roller mill and Particle size in his study of Animal science. His Food science research includes elements of Nutrient digestibility, Extrusion and Shrimp.
His Nutrient digestibility research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stomach and Morphology. His study in the fields of Sorghum under the domain of Agronomy overlaps with other disciplines such as Mathematics and Environmental science. In his research, Biotechnology is intimately related to Pellets, which falls under the overarching field of Pellet.
Keith C. Behnke mainly focuses on Food science, Animal science, Feed conversion ratio, Meal and Pellet. His research in the fields of Distillers grains overlaps with other disciplines such as Conditioning. His work deals with themes such as Pellets and Biotechnology, which intersect with Animal science.
His Feed conversion ratio research incorporates themes from Ground corn and Weanling. His Meal study combines topics in areas such as Sorghum and Nursery pig. The various areas that he examines in his Sorghum study include Carcass weight, Loin and Particle size.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Body weight, Broiler, Food science and Biotechnology. Keith C. Behnke has included themes like Meal and Pellet in his Animal science study. His study in the field of Nutrient digestibility and Carcass weight also crosses realms of Conditioning.
His Broiler research incorporates elements of Feed consumption, Pellets and Roller mill. His study in Food science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enzyme complex, Hydrolysis, Hydrolysate and Beta-glucosidase. Keith C. Behnke interconnects Sorghum, Loin and Particle size in the investigation of issues within Biotechnology.
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Effects of particle size and pelleting on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and stomach morphology in finishing pigs.
K J Wondra;J D Hancock;K C Behnke;R H Hines.
Journal of Animal Science (1995)
Optimum particle size of corn and hard and soft sorghum for nursery pigs.
B J Healy;J D Hancock;G A Kennedy;P J Bramel-Cox.
Journal of Animal Science (1994)
Feed manufacturing technology: current issues and challenges
Keith C. Behnke.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1996)
Effects of mill type and particle size uniformity on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and stomach morphology in finishing pigs.
K J Wondra;J D Hancock;K C Behnke;C R Stark.
Journal of Animal Science (1995)
Trap catches of stored-product insects before and after heat treatment in a pilot feed mill☆
Rennie Roesli;Bhadriraju Subramanyam;Fred J. Fairchild;Keith C. Behnke.
Journal of Stored Products Research (2003)
Effects of Pelleting Conditions on Performance of Pigs Fed a Corn-Soybean Meal Diet
E. R. Skoch;S. F. Binder;C. W. Deyoe;G. L. Allee.
Journal of Animal Science (1983)
The effects of extrusion processing of carbohydrate sources on weanling pig performance.
K Hongtrakul;R D Goodband;K C Behnke;J L Nelssen.
Journal of Animal Science (1998)
The effect of steam-conditioning rate on the pelleting process
E.R. Skoch;K.C. Behnke;C.W. Deyoe;S.F. Binder.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1981)
Effect of crude glycerol on pellet mill production and nursery pig growth performance.
C. N. Groesbeck;L. J. McKinney;J. M. DeRouchey;M. D. Tokach.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
The effect of moist extrusion of soy products on growth performance and nutrient utilization in the early-weaned pig.
K G Friesen;J L Nelssen;R D Goodband;K C Behnke.
Journal of Animal Science (1993)
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