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Energy utilization of oil extracted-dried distillers grains with solubles (OE-DDGS) in turkeys

Posted on October 17, 2014, in Research

Read the full report: Energy utilization of oil extracted-dried distillers grains with solubles (OE-DDGS) in turkeys  About this report: Much interest exists by poultry nutritionists regarding the amount of energy present in corn-derived dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) that can be utilized by meat-type poultry such as turkeys and chicken broilers. A recent change […]

Increasing the usage level of corn and distillers grains in market turkey diets through the use of supplemental amino acids

Posted on September 9, 2014, in Research

Read the full report: Increasing the usage level of corn and distillers grains in market turkey diets through the use of supplemental amino acids About this report: The amount of corn and distillers grains (DDGS) in poultry diets is primarily determined by assessing  the  cost of providing essential nutrients and energy relative to other ingredients.  […]

Investigation of relationship of chemical composition, viscosity, and metabolizable energy of distillers grains for poultry

Posted on January 17, 2013, in Research

Read the complete report: Investigation of relationship of chemical composition, viscosity, and metabolizable energy of distillers grains for poultry About this report: The overall goal of this project was to determine measurable characteristics of DDGS for use in prediction of energy values in poultry diets. Protein and energy remain the most expensive components of poultry […]

Turkey-tastic

Posted on January 3, 2013, in Ag Innovation News, News

–by Amanda Wanke photos by Rolf Hagberg Consumers who are looking for low-fat, high-protein options for their diets are increasingly turning to turkey as a tasty alternative. AURI scientists have assisted the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association with the development and nutritional analysis for several delicious turkey food options. Read more about two of these projects. […]

How Alternative Feed Ingredients Affect Poultry Dietary Electrolyte Balance

Posted on November 13, 2012, in Research

Read the complete report: How Alternative Feed Ingredients Affect Poultry Dietary Electrolyte Balance About This Report Dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS), derived primarily from corn in the Midwest, are a byproduct of the ethanol industry that can be used as a source of protein in poultry diets.  Turkey producers are concerned that the use […]

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Why do feed trials?

Posted on September 26, 2012, in Ag Innovation News, News

— by Liz Morrison photos by Rolf Hagberg Improving livestock feed with the coproducts left over during agricultural processing is a win-win for Minnesota’s agricultural industry. Livestock farmers find new nutritional, lower cost feed options. The agricultural processing industry finds ways to add value to the products left over during processing. AURI does many feed […]

Fair Fare to Fly Balls

Posted on October 1, 2011, in Ag Innovation News

One of the Minnesota State Fair’s favorite food vendors knew that to stay on top, you can’t rest on your tail feathers. So the “Turkey to Go” stand added a Giant Juicy sandwich, designed by AURI meat scientist Carissa Nath. This summer, the turkey sandwich debuted at Target Field where Twins fans could grab a […]

News Briefs

Posted on January 1, 2001, in Ag Innovation News

Mexico trip means turkey business Marshall, Minn. — A business development mission to Mexico may yield new markets for at least one Minnesota company. Carl Wittenburg, representing Northern Pride, a turkey processing co-op, joined AURI animal products scientist Darrell Bartholomew on a trade mission to Mexico in October. Both were sponsored by AURI and the […]

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