International Network of Feed Information Centres (INFIC)
Réseau international de centres d'information sur les aliments
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1978, by the now dissolved U-XU1677 - International Feedstuffs Institute.
Be a forum for feed information centres to discuss matters in relation to feed data base problems; function as a contact-point of data exchange and other information with regard to feeds and feeding; maintain and update an international uniform coding system for feeds, their chemical composition (average and standard deviation), nutrient digestibility, nutritive value, etc.
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Executive Committee, consisting of representatives of 5 centres, one of them being elected as Chairman.
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