The Texas A&M University department of poultry science feed mill in College Station, Texas, provides tens of thousands of chickens with nourishment each day, but the mill is more than a half-century old and showing its age.
Amid a layer of cobwebs, corn dust, soybean flakes and other ingredients that make up tons of feed produced for dozens of the university’s poultry science research projects each week lies archaic machinery that is holding back scientific progress and caus
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