Research conducted by the University of Illinois is helping determine the nutritional value of wheat bran in diets fed to pigs. Wheat bran, like many other co-products from the human food industries, contains more fiber than corn and soybean meal, which adversely affects energy digestibility.
"To save on feed costs, more producers are turning to co-products,” said Hans H. Stein, University of Illinois professor of animal sciences. "Therefore, there is a need to determine the energy
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