Research at the University of Illinois is finding ways to make rice bran — an abundant co-product of white rice production for human consumption — more efficient as a feed ingredient for pigs.
While 70-100 million tons of rice bran are produced every year worldwide, due to its carbohydrate composition, about a quarter of the energy in rice bran is unavailable to pigs. Dr. Hans H. Stein, University of Illinois professor of animal sciences, along with graduate student Gloria Casas, h
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