Addressing the erroneous conception that co-product feeds are processing wastes, this well-illustrated report distinguishes between each type of co-product feed, from grains to supergrains, peeled potato to potato peel, steep liquor to spent wash.
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Robin Crawshaw has spent nearly 40 years as an advisory nutrition chemist, providing feed evaluation and guidance on feeding to farmers, the feed industry and to government. He has provided technical support on animal feed matters to legislators in the UK and the European Union, and his technical services have been provided outside Europe, in Pakistan, Australia and Argentina. For four years he held the position of Agricultural Attaché to the British High Commission in New Zealand. Over the last decade, he has developed a special interest in the feed materials that become available as a result of processing by the food, drinks and bio-ethanol industries. In conjunction with his wife, he now runs an independent feed consultancy business from his home on the Cambridgeshire / Lincolnshire border in the UK.
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