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Bertsch, A., and Coello N. 2005 A biotechnological process for treatment and recycling poultry feathers as a feed ingredient
Polan, C. E., Cozzi G., Berzaghi P., and Andrighetto I. 1997 A blend of animal and cereal protein or fish meal as partial replacement for soybean meal in the diets of lactating Holstein cows
Hansen, C. F., Hernandez A., Mullan B. P., Moore K., Trezona-Murray M., King R. H., and Pluske J. R. 2009 A chemical analysis of samples of crude glycerol from the production of biodiesel in Australia, and the effects of feeding crude glycerol to growing-finishing pigs on performance, plasma metabolites and meat quality at slaughter
Pesti, GM, Bakalli RI, Qiao M., and Sterling KG 2002 A comparison of eight grades of fat as broiler feed ingredients
King, M. R., Morel P. C. H., Pluske J. R., and Hendriks W. H. 2008 A comparison of the effects of dietary spray-dried bovine colostrum and animal plasma on growth and intestinal histology in weaner pigs
Paisley, L. G., and Hostrup-Pedersen J. 2004 A quantitative assessment of the risk of transmission of bovine spongiform encephalopathy by tallow-based calf milk-replacer
Makinde, O. A., and Sonaiya E. B. 2010 A simple technology for production of vegetable-carried blood or rumen fluid meals from abattoir wastes
Franco, Don A. 2005 A survey of salmonella serovars and most probable numbers in rendered-animal-protein meals: Inferences for animal and human health
Johnson, T. R., Cecava M. J., Sheiss E. B., and Cunningham K. D. 1994 Addition of ruminally degradable crude protein and branched-chain volatile fatty acids to diets containing hydrolyzed feather meal and blood meal for lactating cows
Freeman, S. R., Poore M. H., Middleton T. F., and Ferket P. R. Submitted Alternative methods for disposal of spent laying hens: Evaluation of the efficacy of grinding, mechanical deboning, and of keratinase in the rendering process
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