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Ethanol Co-Product Use in U.S. Cattle Feeding: Lessons Learned and Considerations
Kenneth H. Mathews, Jr. (au); Michael J. McConnell (au)
The byproducts of making ethanol, sweeteners, syrups, and oils were considered less valuable than the primary products. But the increased livestock-feed market for such byproducts has switched that perception to one of the ethanol industry making grain-based “co-products (CP)” that have market value separate from the primary products. CP such as dried distiller’s grains, corn gluten feed, corn gluten meal, corn oil, and brewer’s grains have become economically viable components, along with traditional ingred., in feed rations. The CP have limitations, such as variable moisture content, product avail., nutrient excesses or deficiencies, and nutrient variability. These limitations affect how they must be handled and stored and how much they cost. Illus.
Behavior & Learning of Animal Babies
Asia Rising: Why America Will Prosper as Asia’s Economies Boom
Gershwin in His Time: A Biographical Scrapbook, 1919-1937
Calendars & Constellations of the Ancient World
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