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ADM, University of Illinois partner on companion animal research

Collaboration will examine ways to enhance overall well-being of companion animals via ingredients that support immunity and gut health by creating favorable conditions for digestion.

ADM Animal Nutrition, a division of Archer Daniels Midland Co. (ADM), has teamed up with the University of Illinois department of animal sciences to further develop and enhance ADM’s portfolio of high-quality pet food ingredients and premixes.

In this collaboration, scientists from ADM and the University of Illinois will work together to explore alternative ingredient solutions. Most notably, the collaboration will focus on using innovative and versatile ingredients such as edib

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