Rising availability and favorable economics have more animal nutritionists considering canola meal.
AS canola production has shot upward over the past decade, so, too, has the potential for more U.S. livestock operations to take advantage of canola meal as an alternative feed protein source.
Canola production is primarily associated with the prairie provinces of western Canada, where it was first introduced and has ascended to bec
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