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Way found to make ethanol byproduct more valuable

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP)--A Purdue University scientist has found a way to make a byproduct of ethanol production more marketable as a livestock feed.

Purdue researcher Klein Ileleji discovered a method to predict the nutrient content in distillers dried grains with solubles.

Because that ethanol byproduct often has varying levels of fiber, protein and other components, many livestock producers are wary of buying it for their animals.

But Ileleji says the new method should make the ethanol byproduct more marketable as a feedstock for cattle and other livestock by creating a more consistent product.



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