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Diet tinkering reduces carbon footprint


October 29, 2009
By Iowa Farmer Today

October 29, 2009 – Feed
additives and management changes, such as adjusting feed-particle size, can
reduce the carbon footprint of a hog operation.



October 29, 2009 – Feed
additives and management changes, such as adjusting feed-particle size, can
reduce the carbon footprint of a hog operation.

Joel DeRouchey, Kansas
State University Extension
swine specialist, says the use of phytase and
synthetic amino acids could reduce certain nutritional requirements and result
in less gas emissions and less manure.

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