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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Nov 5, 2013 12:36 PM CST

British researchers are examining proteins from ethanol fermenters for use in poultry feed, according to an article by World Poultry (http://bit.ly/…)

Biofuels pioneer Dr. Pete Williams of AB Agri believed that valuable material was overlooked when grain was fermented for bioethanol production. This led to a project involving Nottingham Trent University and AB Agri collaborating to prove that yeast protein concentrate (YPC) can be separated from the fermented matter and used as a substitute for high-value protein feeds used in chickens bred for meat production. The YPC also provides important vitamins and other micronutrients.

Researchers examined the composition ...

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