Nutritional value of high fiber co-products from the copra
, palm kernel, and rice industries in diets fed to pigs.
Depending on the different oil extraction procedures, the copra
byproducts can be classified into mechanically extracted copra
expellers, CE; IFN 5-01-572; AAFCO, 2016) or solvent extracted copra
meal (CM; IFN 5-01-573; AAFCO, 2016).
Coconut processing industry producing coconut oil from copra
has expanded in the Philippines.
Por eso un domingo de cada mes va a una bodega en la carretera Paraiso-Puerto Ceiba, donde se encuentra con otros accionistas que durante 11 anos han peleado por las utilidades que les corresponden del emporio de la copra
Our calculations in the Vanuatu Carbon Credits Project show there is already sufficient domestic copra
production to meet demand for all grid-connected electricity and land transport in Vanuatu.
He made the case for shifting the industry, especially for small holders, away from the manufacture of copra
, to higher valued products that had greater impact on the small holders' lives.
For months, families have been harvesting the nuts, chopping them, sun-drying them, then scooping out the copra
and putting it in sacks.
The consolidation of colonial rule in the early decades of the twentieth century coincided with the heyday of the island's prosperity but at the cost of a 'perilous dependency' on world copra
prices and the undermining of traditional authority.
The opu became increasingly conservative, but their wealth was undermined by the collapse of the copra
economy, and their power was eventually challenged by the rise of various Muslim organizations during the 1930s, of both a reformist and a mystical, heterodox character.
Here, for example, the copra
industry is having major problems at the moment and the government is shoring up the price and it is costing a fortune.
The 680-ton ferry was carrying 243 passengers, 41 crew, 14 vehicles and sacks of dried copra
, Gunio said, adding that at least 70 others were injured, with most suffering minor burns.
The researchers collected Hypoaspis aculeifer mites from a quarter of a square meter in a lily field and tested the 1-millimeter-long terrors to see which of two species of prey--a Rhizoglyphus mite or a Tyrophagus copra
mite--they preferred to eat.