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ASEC Feed Milling Basic Course

Course Description (Online Self-Pace Hybrid)

All course lectures, materials, and check-in meetings with your instructor will be done through your profile here on in your module, Basic Feed mill Management.

Topics Included in the course

  • An overview of Basic Feed Manufacturing
  • Reception and Sampling of Raw Materials
  • Quality Assurance and Control in Feed Manufacturing
  • Storage and Grain Quality Management
  • Batching and Mixing Operations
  • Full Fat Soy Processing  
  • Principles of Pelleting
  • Pellet Cooling and Crumbling
  • Particle Size Reduction
  • Post-Pellet Liquid applications
  • Extrusion Processing
  • Finished Feed Load out
  • Animal Nutrition for feed Manufacturing
  • Developing an Effective Maintenance Program for Feed Mill

Instructor Bio

Engr. Conrado Bulanhagui Don

Engr. Conrado U. Bulanhagui
Technical Consultant
Food & Agro-Industrial Facilities Projects

Engr. Conrado Bulanhagui Don has been involved in the feedmilling industry for the past 35 years in various capacities as production supervisor, maintenance engineer, plant manager, project director and technical consultant. He graduated from the University of the Philippines (Diliman) in 1986 with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and topped the 1987 national board licensure examinations. His passion and advocacy are to help small and medium size feedmills attain a level of efficiency for them to be more competitive in their own playing field.

He has trained feedmill personnel in the areas of production, maintenance, quality control, inventory management, cost control, plant design and project management.


Date: 4 - 29 Mar 2024

Time: 10am to 12pm Thailand Time (GMT+7)

Type: Hybrid

Topic: Feed Milling

Level: Basic


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