IN order for byproducts to get used — which is a must — they have to be priced competitively to compete with corn and soybeans in feed rations.
A source, speaking on condition of anonymity, recently told Feedstuffs that since corn and soybean prices have fallen during the 2013-14 marketing year and are expected to remain lower compared to previous years, byproduct prices will also decrease.
After two or three years of
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