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CPC
COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION
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FODDER
WARNING
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The following IPC groups are not used in the CPC scheme. Subject matter covered by these groups are classified in the following CPC groups:

A23K1/20 covered by A23K 1/003
A23K1/24 covered by A23K 1/003 , A23K 1/1826
A23K3/04 covered by A23K 1/143

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Animal feeding-stuffs ( detoxicating or removing bitter tastes from seeds, e.g. lupin seeds for fodder or food A23L 1/211 )
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Shaping or working-up of feeding-stuffs
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by agglomeration; by granulation, e.g. making powders
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by moulding; by extrusion
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by encapsulating; by coating
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Making capsules specially adapted for ruminants
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Animal feeding-stuffs obtained by microbiological or biochemical processes
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by fermentation of natural products, or vegetable or animal offal materials, e.g. biomasses ( single cell proteins as additives A23K 1/008 ; live micro-organisms as additives A23K 1/009 )
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Addition of micro-organisms to feeding-stuff compositions, e.g. single cell proteins ( biomasses A23K 1/007 ; enzymes A23K 1/165 )
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Addition of live micro-organisms to feeding-stuff compositions
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from molasses
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from blood ( proteins from blood A23J 1/06 )
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from distillers` or brewers` waste
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from waste products of dairy plant
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from meat, fish, or bones ; from kitchen waste
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from fish
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from animal offal material, e.g. feathers, bones, skin ( from blood A23K 1/04 )
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from hydrolysates of wood or straw
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from vegetable materials, e.g. potatoes or roots without ensilaging ( preserving food A23B , A23L )
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from potatoes
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from vegetable offal material ( molasses A23K 1/02 ; distillers` and brewers` waste A23K 1/06 ; from wood or straw A23K 1/12 )
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supplemented with accessory food factors ; Salt blocks
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( steroids, hormones or enzymes A23K 1/165 ; antibiotics A23K 1/17 ; inorganic additions A23K 1/175 )
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Vitamins
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Pigmenting agents
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Aliphatic or alicyclic compounds
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Aromatic compounds
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Heterocyclic compounds
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containing oxygen or sulfur as hetero atom
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Lactones
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containing only one nitrogen as hetero atom
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containing two hetero atoms of which at least one is nitrogen
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Amino acids; Derivatives thereof, e.g. peptides, proteins
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Amino acids; Non-polymeric derivatives thereof
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Nucleic acids; Hydrolysis products or derivatives thereof
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Fatty acids, fats, oil- or fat-containing products
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Sugars or polysaccharides
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Other organic substances
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with steroids, hormones, or enzymes
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Enzymes
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Pretreatment of feeding-stuffs with enzymes
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with antibiotics
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with inorganic substances ; Salt blocks
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In groups A23K 1/1751 to A23K 1/1758 , in the absence of an indication to the contrary, an invention is classified in the last appropriate place

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Alkali metal compounds
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Earth alkali metal compounds
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Compounds containing phosphorus
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Silicates, e.g. perlite, zeolite, bentonite
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Oligoelements
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specially adapted for particular animals ( milk substitutes A23C 11/00 )
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for horses
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for ruminants
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for birds
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for poultry
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for monogastric animals
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for swine
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for carnivorous animals, e.g. cats, dogs
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Dry feed
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Semi-moist feed
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Moist feed
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for insects, e.g. bees, silk worms
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for aquatic animals, e.g. fish, crustaceans, molluscs
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for rodents
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for weanlings
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containing chemicals which are converted to proteins by cattle, e.g. ammonium salts, urea
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Preservation of materials to produce animal feeding-stuffs
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Dehydration
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of green fodder ( processing and storing A01F 25/00 ; silos E04H )
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Dehydration of green fodder
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using chemicals for ensilaging
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Ensilage by use of micro-organisms or enzymes
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