Feedstock Makes A Difference In Feeding Distiller's Grains

Sunday, May 11, 2008 - 20:28 in Biology & Nature

When it comes to using distiller's grains in finishing rations of High Plains cattle, scientists say the type of grain used makes all the difference. An AgriLife Research beef nutritionist at Amarillo, said there's been some skepticism about using distiller's grains in this region. Distiller's grains are a by-product of ethanol processing that can be used for animal feed.

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