DDGS, commonly used in animals feed, is a byproduct of ethanol production. Mycotoxins tend to concentrate in DDGS at three times the levels found in the original grain.
Hans Stein at International Phytase Summit
A sow approaches a boar within a group gestation pen. The pen design allows nose-to-nose contact between the animals, allowing for pheromone exchange to trigger heat response if the sow is open. The technology records the number and length of interactions and calculates whether the sow’s behavior indicates she is in heat.
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younger hogs on a farm
Pork carcasses hanging in cooler