The American Society of Animal Sciences and Purdue University will host a seminar Nov. 18 to discuss how co-products from ethanol production, including distillers’ dried grains with solubles, are being used in animal agriculture.

Purdue researchers will discuss issues including:

  • Distillers' grains properties
  • Handling and logistics
  • Nutrient digestibility
  • Animal performance and carcass quality among various species
  • Economic value
  • Manure composition and nutrient management
  • The future of ethanol and DDGS markets

The conference will be held at the Beck Agriculture Center in West Lafayette, Ind. or can be viewed live by webinar. For more information or to register, click here.

Source: American Association of Swine Veterinarians