There has been much talk about the need to formulate animal diets without antibiotics at low crude protein levels. The benefits are many, and the cost is nil or even positive when animal performance is factored in.
Regular fishmeal (ranging from 60 to 70 percent crude protein) is produced by harvesting whole fish for the sole purpose of producing this protein-rich ingredient for feeding commercially raised animals.
A prominent enzyme researcher mentioned that if we want something better than an improved xylanase — when it comes to fiber enzymes — we must keep dreaming. Taking this piece of advice to heart, I decided to dream.