Research and development opportunities for alternative uses of oats and oat products

by W. G. Hutchinson

Publisher: Economics and Statistics Division, Dept. of Agriculture in Belfast

Written in English
Published: Pages: 42 Downloads: 481
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Subjects:

  • Oats as food.,
  • Oats.

Edition Notes

StatementW.G. Hutchinson & M.C.F. Cook.
SeriesOccasional papers in agricultural and food economics
ContributionsCook, M. C. F.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTX558.O3 H87 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationi, 42 p. ;
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2274582M
LC Control Number89164174

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Oats: Chemistry and Technology, Second Edition, is the only up-to-date review of oat chemistry and technology and will be a valuable resource for food science professionals including nutritionists, cereal chemists, plant biochemists, plant breeders, molecular biologists, grain millers, and product development and research scientists.

Oats: Chemistry and Technology, Second Edition, is the only up-to-date review of oat chemistry and technology and will be a valuable resource for food science professionals including nutritionists, cereal chemists, plant biochemists, plant breeders, molecular biologists, grain millers, and product development and research Edition: 2.

Oat Science and Technology. 1st ed. N.p.: ASA/CSSA, Print Oats should best be planted in narrow rows of about inches to help reduce tillering and improve weed competi-tion.

Oats should not be planted more than 2 inches deep. The soil should be relatively free of clumps to help pro-mote good seed to soil contact. The by-products of the dry milling of oats – oat dust, hulls and oat feed meal (i.e., hulls/husks and other milling by-products) – are of reasonably good food value.

Oat feed meal (or oat mill feed in the United States) is a feed ingredient suitable for ruminants and used to. The book reviews agricultural practices for the production of oat products, the food science involved in the processing of oats, and the nutrition science aimed at understanding and advancing the health effects of oats and how they can affect nutrition policies.

Oats and oat-based innovations possess a significant global potential for Finnish food industry. Therefore, we want to understand the impact of oat cultivars and oat crop batches on oat processability and quality which may challenge the increase in oat consumption and export. In the OatHow project funded by Business Finland, an extensive Finnish consortium will produce new information on oat.

But in fact, oats have a long history of use in treatment of itch and irritation in various skin conditions (25, 26, 27). For example, oat-based skin products may improve uncomfortable symptoms of.

For high cholesterol: grams of whole oat products such as oat bran or oatmeal, containing grams of beta-glucan (soluble fiber) daily as part of a low-fat diet. One-half cup (40 grams. Oats, Rye Feed Soil in Corn/Bean Rotation. Bryan and Donna Davis like what cover crops have done for their corn/soybean rotation.

They use less grass herbicide, have applied insecticides only once in the last six years, and they have seen organic matter content almost double from less than 2% to almost 4%. developmental processes of oats so that we can use our resources to best advantage.

The reasons certain fertilizer and herbicide applications produce the effects they do-even affecting final yields-are often governed by stage of oat development at time of treat­ ment.

Reeves and H. Sraon* This publication describes the. Move traits from accessions in the National Small Grains Collection and other sources into improved plant types, focusing on barley for food, barley and oats for feed (particularly aquaculture feeds), and improved disease and insect resistance.

Develop, evaluate, and apply technologies such as genetic transformation and marker assisted. Increasing demand for oats have made manufacturers to increase their research and development activities to produce various forms of oats to lure customers.

High demand for healthy bakery products is helping oat cookies to gain popularity. Apart from these, promotion of oats on various medium is pushing the market in forward direction. More recent research data indicate that including oats and oat-based products as part of a lifestyle management program may confer health benefits that include reducing artery plaque, and are consistent with dietary patterns that may favorably alter the risk for elevated blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, and obesity.

SWEOAT™ Oils for Food. Pure vegetable, with special functions and nutritional properties. Swedish Oat Fiber has developed a new patented process to fractionate crude oat oil into different numbers of polar lipids, for unique ingredients in food.

Oat products are also used in the cosmetic industry as talc replacers and in skin care products. In addition to the above uses, there have been several unsuccessful attempts to market oats in other areas. One area of particular note has been the research done with respect to using oats.

Oat beta-glucan has been shown to lower/reduce blood cholesterol. High cholesterol is a risk factor in the development of coronary heart disease. The beneficial cholesterol lowering effect is obtained with a daily intake of about 3g of oat beta-glucan, which equates to around 40g of oat bran or 60g of oats.

Process milky oat seeds fresh; once dried, their medicinal properties more closely resemble oat straw. I whir the seeds in a blender with high-proof alcohol to make a tincture (see “Calming Tincture Blend” on Page 17 for further instructions on homemade tinctures), but apple cider vinegar or water (to freeze) can also be used.

This book contains a series of regional studies focusing on oats used as fodder rather than grain. Oats are well adapted to areas of mild winters or cold climates with short growing seasons; their use is also expanding rapidly as a winter soil cover in subtropical South America.

Oats have become very popular among smallscale farmers in Pakistan and surrounding areas, for dairy production and. Oats are annual plants and often reach metres (5 feet) in height. The long leaves have rounded sheaths at the base and a membranous ligule (small appendage where the leaf joins the stem).

The flowering and fruiting structure, or inflorescence, of the plant is made up of numerous branches bearing florets that produce the caryopsis, or one-seeded fruit. A fast and healthy breakfast cereal or high-energy snack.

Oatmeal made with coconut, raisins, cranberries, walnuts. Brown rice can be used in place of oatmeal. The Armyworm and the Army Cutworm. This publication summarizes pest management of Armyworms and Army cutworms in field crops (alfalfa, canola, corn, small grains, sugarbeets) grown in North Dakota.

topics covered include: identification, life cycle, crop damage, trapping, field scouting, and economic thresholds in different field crops. Nutritional Value: 1/2 cup rolled oats = calories, 5 grams fiber, 7 grams protein. Steel Cut Oats.

These oats are processed by chopping the whole grain up (or groat) into smaller pieces, not rolled. The shape and size of the oats make for a longer cook time (about Minutes), and in the end, have a completely different taste and texture.

oats i.e. β – glucan could be used in the development of products that are used regularly in the day to day life, and also study the effect of various processing.

With a few notable exceptions (think oatmilk, and Grainful’s savory oat dishes) oats have not made significant inroads beyond the cereals and snacks aisles, say the entrepreneurs behind Pop Oats. But there can be an issue with cross-contamination, since oats are commonly grown near wheat fields, or packaged and processed in factories that also process wheat products.

Some companies offer certified gluten-free oats and oat products. This means their oats have gone through rigorous testing to make sure no gluten has managed to sneak in.

Beta glucan comprises –% of raw, whole oats, mostly concentrated in the oat bran (15, 16). Oat beta glucans are known to lower cholesterol levels and increase bile acid production. After the cleaning and hulling the oat grains in order to produce the groats, additional processing steps may take place in production of the final oat products.

In the U.S., three types of oat products dominate the marketplace: (1) "old-fashioned" or "regular" rolled oats, (2) quick and instant rolled oats, and (3) steel cut oats. Western Australian growers, David, Diana and Nathan Walker are growing Pallinup oats for the first time this year and expect the new variety could prove a winner as a high yielding alternative to Carrolup and Mortlock.

The Walkers' East Wagin farm is one of nine locations across WA chosen to bulk up the new variety for wider release to growers in Oats As A Beauty Regimen. When it comes to beauty and skincare products, oats and oatmeal have long been a favorite ingredient.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, oats are an effective home remedy for relieving itchy skin.

Oats are also a popular option for natural face masks or scrubs, whether bought in-store or created at home. A considerable amount of research has emerged in recent years on the science, technology and health effects of oats but, until now, no book has gathered this work together.

Oats Nutrition and Technology presents a comprehensive and integrated overview of the coordinated activities of nutritionists, plant scientists, foodscientists, policy makers, and the private sector in developing oat.

Oats are produced for three main purposes: milling oats for human consumption, grain feed for livestock, and hay production. Oats for milling are used by food manufacturers to make breakfast cereals, snack foods and are a popular ingredient due to their recognised nutritional benefits: whole grain, a source of protein, high in fibre, low in sodium and a natural source of energy.An early stage of pistil and anther development: p, Pistil; an, anther.

X B. Anthers and an oat pistil at the beginning of the differentiation of the styles: s, Style initial. X C. A pistil of oats at the beginning of the elongation of the styles: o, Ovary; s, style. X Z>. A later stage of pistil development.The growing global interest in oat products gives oat producing countries like Finland an opportunity to enter on the global oats trade and oat products market with significant volumes.