Understanding the finer aspects of using corn in pig diets can help reduce feed cost and improve the precision of nutrition, resulting in more efficient and profitable productivity.
Corn is the major staple in diets for monogastric animals in many areas around the world. This is due to its widespread cultivation in arable lands and its ensuing competitive pricing. When high availability and low cost traits combined with the few, if any, anti-nutritional factors, and corn’s high nutritive value,...
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