Low-tannin US sorghum a viable alternative in swine diets

Low-tannin US sorghum a viable alternative in swine diets

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Interest in US sorghum has increased around the world as other cereals become more expensive and less readily available

Compared with other major cereals, sorghum is less known worldwide. Yet, when one brings up the folklore image of a witch on a broom, then everyone knows sorghum. That broom was more likely than not made from a specific variety of sorghum (vulgare) that is still cultivated throughout the world for this specific purpose.

Read the full article at: Feed Strategy | January/February 2023