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DDGs as Feedstock for Insect-Based Feed
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Jun 10, 2013 01:42 PM CDT

DAVENPORT, Neb. (DTN) -- Glenn Courtright thinks bugs can make the perfect meal. A meal for animals, that is.

Courtright, founder and president of EnviroFlight, LLC in Yellow Springs, Ohio, plans to use bugs and their co-products to make cost-effective, nutritious and environmentally safe feed for a variety of fish, crustaceans and other animals. In turn, he plans to feed his bugs another feedstock that livestock producers are already familiar with: distillers grains.

Courtright's project began in 2009 with a biodiesel project. He pulled the plug on the project when he realized that he would not have enough fats and ...

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