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Citrus pulp in formulated diets.

@inproceedings{Hutton1987CitrusPI,
  title={Citrus pulp in formulated diets.},
  author={K. Hutton},
  year={1987}
}
Most of the citrus fruits grown worldwide are oranges of various varieties. More than half of these are processed and have their juice extracted. The resultant wet citrus waste has been used for over 60 years as a source of feed for livestock. Most citrus pulp is now dried for convenience of storage and transport prior to feeding to ruminant livestock. Brazil and the U.S.A. are the largest exporters of dried citrus pulp in the world. Significant quantities are produced and utilized in Australia… Expand
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