Feed flow can be affected by moisture, temperature and humidity, as well as ingredients in the formula and their inclusion levels.
By LELAND MCKINNEY, ADAM FAHRENHOLZ and CHARLES STARK*
*Dr. Leland McKinney is with DFS Inc. in Johnston, Iowa. Dr. Adam Fahrenholz is assistant professor in the Prestage department of poultry science at North Carolina State University. D
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