Treating crop residues with calcium oxide

Jul 12, 2013
Many producers are searching for alternatives to replace high-priced feed again this year. Research is being conducted at several universities to determine the feasibility and effectiveness of treating crop residues with calcium oxide or calcium hydroxide in diets that include wet distillers grains.

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