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20/30372722 DC BS EN 15786. Animal feeding stuffs: Methods of sampling and analysis. Isolation and enumeration of Pediococcus spp.

20/30372722 DC

BS EN 15786. Animal feeding stuffs: Methods of sampling and analysis. Isolation and enumeration of Pediococcus spp.

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Standard number:20/30372722 DC
Pages:22
Released:2020-01-23
Status:Draft for Comment
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20/30372722 DC


This standard 20/30372722 DC BS EN 15786. Animal feeding stuffs: Methods of sampling and analysis. Isolation and enumeration of Pediococcus spp. is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 45.080 Rails and railway components
  • 01.040.45 Railway engineering (Vocabularies)
  • 65.120 Animal feeding stuffs

This document defines general rules for the enumeration of pediococci in feeding stuffs (additives, premixtures and compound feeds excluding mineral feeds) that contain pediococci as a single microorganism component or in a mixture with other microorganisms. Applying the method to compound feeds with critical amounts of copper demands a special procedure (see Annex A). The document is not applicable to mineral feeds which are defined as complementary feeding stuffs composed mainly of minerals and containing at least 40 % crude ash (Regulation R767/2009) [3].

There are different categories of feed samples:

  1. Additives containing about 1010 (colony forming units) CFU/g;

  2. Premixtures containing about 1011 CFU/kg;

  3. Compound feeds, meal or pellets, which contain about 109 CFU/kg.

The detection limit is as defined in EN ISO 7218.