AS the prevalence of distillers grains increases due to a growing interest in processing corn for ethanol production, the beef industry is increasingly using distillers grains as a feed source.
Sulfuric acid is used during ethanol production for pH adjustment to optimize fermentation and distillation conditions; however, this has had the unintended consequence of contributing to elevated sulfur concentrations in distillers grains, according to J. H
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