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Polystyrene could be a source of animal feed

A research project conducted in Mexico might be able to show that polystyrene can be degraded by worms into organic matter for feeding animals and enormously reducing the biodegradation time

Real sustainability is coming. It came to my attention a research project of the use of the worm Tenebrio molitor − the larvae phase of a coleopteran − to digest polystyrene.


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Data is Power

Poultry producers have an immense amount of data at their fingertips. The challenge, however, is generating value from collected data. Sponsored by Cumberland.
Poultry producers have an immense amount of data at their fingertips. The challenge, however, is generating value from collected data. Cumberland has created a series of videos that explore how poultry producers can capture and utilize data to help maximize their operation’s management and productivity.
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Feeding selenium to heat-stressed egg layers

There is considerable economic return possible when heat-stressed laying hens are fed selenium
The high selenium deposition through Selisseo resulted in the hen being able to overcome the oxidative stress and production drag that coincide with heat stress.
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