Broilers to benefit from bioethanol by-product?

November 2013
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;11/9/2013, Vol. 173 Issue 18, p440
Academic Journal
The article reports that according to a study, published in the journal "Food and Energy Security," proteins obtained during production of bioethanol may be used as food for chickens being raised for meat production.


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