Review of new information on the use of wet and dry milling feed by-products in feedlot diets

@article{Stock2000ReviewON,
  title={Review of new information on the use of wet and dry milling feed by-products in feedlot diets},
  author={Rick A Stock and J. M. S. Lewis and Terry James Klopfenstein and C. T. Milton},
  journal={Journal of Animal Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={77},
  pages={1-12}
}
The processing of grains to produce human foods, beverages, or fuel ethanol has resulted in a wide variety of associated feed by-products. Hominy feed and distillers by-products are feed by-products associated with two distinctly different drymilling industries. Hominy feed contains approximately 57% starch, 11% CP, and 5% fat (DM basis). When fed to finishing cattle, hominy feed has approximately 87% the net energy value of corn. Distillers by-products contain 25 to 32% CP and 13 to 16% fat… 

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