Particle size reduction, pelleting and extrusion are feed technologies commonly used in the manufacture of swine feeds, but their influence on the nutritional value of ingredients and diets for pigs is becoming better understood, according to Dr. Hans Stein of the University of Illinois, in a presentation he made at the American Society of Animal Science-Canadian Society of Animal Science annual meeting this week in Austin, Texas.
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