The presence of mold in corn does not guarantee that toxins are present, but it is impossible to have toxins present if there is no mold.
The high protein content of camelina meal suggests it might be a reasonable replacement for soybean meal in swine diets.
Do newly weaned pigs need more for successful pork production?
Part 11 in the series “What have we learned about feeding distillers co-products to pigs over the past 20 years?”
Vitamin E and phytogenic compounds derived from plants are natural antioxidants which can reduce the impact of oxidation and may protect from damage induced by peroxidized lipids.
First study to look at use of poultry slaughter co-products in diets for pigs.
None of 1,040 pork kidney samples had veterinary drugs at levels that even approached U.S. regulatory limits.