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Crawshaw, 2019. Lulu.com

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Crawshaw, R., 2019. Co-product feeds in Europe: Animal feeds derived from industrial processing. Lulu.com
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Co-product feeds contribute a substantial and increasing proportion of livestock and aquaculture diets in Europe. Many arise in food processing and their use in feeds returns these fractions to the food chain in the form of fish, meat, milk and eggs - and reduces waste. Bio-ethanol production has also produced increasing volumes of livestock feeds. This book provides information on co-product origin, processing and nutritive value, with notes on factors that reduce their inclusion rate in diets. The book aims to help the livestock farmer buy these feeds with confidence and use them to optimum effect. It also provides a useful guide for nutritionists, legislators, students and others in the feed industry.

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Crawshaw, 2019