Documents on animal nutrition

Below you can find our library of documentary resources on the use of oils, fats and oleins in animal nutrition. From explanatory brochures, comparative brochures, value tables and articles from specialized magazines, to studies and university works carried out on this application.

Please note that all documents presented here are written only in Spanish.
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Oils and Oleins of Plant Origin

Article of the FEDNA Foundation about oils and oleins of plant origin, which explains what they are, why they are used in animal feed and what their virtues and characteristics are, nutritional values, fatty acid profiles, metabolic energies and recommended percentage of inclusion in feed.

oils and oleins of vegetable origin

Use of Fats and Lipid Byproducts in Monogastric Animals

Article in the defunct magazine EDIPORC about the lipid products (oleins, fats and oils) that our company manufactures for animal feeding of monogastric animals. Contains tables with the saturation index of each type of fat and olein and its application to animals according to said index.

RIOSA ediporc report

Peni Degree Fat Saturation (GPS)

Comparative bar table of the degree of peni saturation of the main oils, fats and oleins. This grade measures the "hardness or softness of the fat." The higher the index, the more unsaturated the fat will be, and therefore the "softer" the carcass, while the lower the gps, the "harder" the fat will be in the muscular carcass.

RIOSA peni index fat unsaturation

Vegetable Fat Sources as an Alternative to Animal Fats

Article from 3tres3 magazine about vegetable fats and oleins as a source of energy and alternative to animal fats in pig nutrition.

Vegetable fat sources as an alternative to animal fats