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Glycerin as an Energy Source in Poultry Diets


May 30, 2008
By Canadian Poultry

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An alternative energy source needs to be identified for poultry diets due to the increase in corn and animal fat prices associated with biofuel production. USDA and Iowa State researchers performed a study to determine the potential of glycerin, a source of fatty acids, as an alternative energy source in broilers and layers.

An alternative energy source needs
to be identified for poultry diets due to the increase in corn and
animal fat prices associated with biofuel production. USDA and Iowa
State researchers performed a study to determine the potential of
glycerin, a source of fatty acids, as an alternative energy source in
broilers and layers.

Read Glycerin as an Energy Source in Poultry Diets, a paper presented at the 2008 Midwest Poultry Federation Convention.



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