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Broilers to benefit from bioethanol by-product?

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RESEARCHERS at Nottingham Trent University and AB Agri, the agricultural division of Associated British Foods, have suggested that proteins retrieved from fermenters used to brew bioethanol could be used to feed chickens being raised for meat production.

In a paper published in the journal Food and Energy Security, Emily Burton and Dawn Scholey, of Nottingham Trent University, and Pete Williams, of AB Agri, explain that many ruminant animals …

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