Use of Fibrolytic Enzymes to Augment the Feeding Value of Supplemental Fat in High Forage Growing Diets for Feedlot Cattle

Title: Use of Fibrolytic Enzymes to Augment the Feeding Value of Supplemental Fat in High Forage Growing Diets for Feedlot Cattle Principle Investigator: Richard Zinn Year: 2000 Objective: The objective of this study was to evaluate the use of fibrolytic enzymes (combination of cellulase and xylanase) as a tool for overcoming the negative associative effects … Continued

EFFECT OF POULTRY BY-PRODUCT MEAL SUPPLEMENTED WITH L-LYSINE, DL-METHIONINE AND L-HISTIDINE AS A REPLACEMENT FOR FISHMEAL ON THE PERFORMANCE OF RAINBOW TROUT

Title: EFFECT OF POULTRY BY-PRODUCT MEAL SUPPLEMENTED WITH L-LYSINE, DL-METHIONINE AND L-HISTIDINE AS A REPLACEMENT FOR FISHMEAL ON THE PERFORMANCE OF RAINBOW TROUT Principle Investigator: Ronald Hardy Year: 2000 Objective: To determine the effect of supplementing L-lysine, DL­-methionine and L-histidine in poultry by-product meal to replace fishmeal on the performance of rainbow trout. Lay Summary/Industry … Continued

Evaluation of the Effects of Dietary Fat and CLA on Pig Growth Performance and Pork Quality in Two Genetic Populations of Pigs

Title: Evaluation of the Effects of Dietary Fat and CLA on Pig Growth Performance and Pork Quality in Two Genetic Populations of Pigs Principle Investigator: Allan P. Schinckel Year: 2000 Objective: The goal of this experiment was to determine the individual and combined effects of dietary fat, CLA, and ractopamine on the growth performance and … Continued

Treatment of Rendering Plant Wastewater with Ozone to Reduce Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Chemical Oxygen Demand, Color, Malodor Emissions and Bacterial Content

Title: Treatment of Rendering Plant Wastewater with Ozone to Reduce Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Chemical Oxygen Demand, Color, Malodor Emissions and Bacterial Content Principle Investigator: Annel K. Greene and John K. Duke Year: 2000 Objective: To treat rendering plant wastewater with ozone to reduce biochemical oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, color, malodor emissions and bacterial content. … Continued

AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY IN RENDERED BY-PRODUCTS USED IN POULTRY RATIONS

Title:AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY IN RENDERED BY-PRODUCTS USED IN POULTRY RATIONS Principle Investigator: Jeffre D. Firman, University of Missouri Year: 2000 Objective: To determine the energy availability of different animal by-product sources for turkeys and broilers. Lay Summary/Industry Summary: Energy analysis of 12 samples of meat and bone meal and 15 samples of poultry by-product meal … Continued