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distiller's

pertaining to the by-products of the distillation of spirits.

distiller's grains
one of the residues of fermentation for the production of spirits. Contains most of the protein of the original grain and is an excellent supplement to diets of heavy milking cows.
distiller's solubles
the dehydrated thin stillage from whisky manufacture. Contains a high concentration of B vitamins.
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Their topics include methods for detecting pathogens in the beef food chain: an overview and detecting specific pathogens, detecting antibiotic residues in animal feed: the case of distiller's grains, maintaining the safety and quality of beef carcass meat, optimizing the microbial shelf life of fresh beef, and traceability in the beef supply chain.
Agri-byproducts including dried distiller's grains with solubles (DDGS) have received increased attention as an alternative feed stuff with lower ration cost.
The objective of this study was to assess the effects of adding distiller's grains and molasses to rice straw on silage fermentation.
Effects of wet distiller's grains at different sampling dates on in vitro ruminal ammonia concentrations Time (h) A (1) B C D mg/L 0 73.
Spent grains, also known as dried distiller's grains (DDGs), may provide a new and perhaps higher-value market for the tons of DDGs that corn ethanol refineries now primarily market as a cattle feed ingredient.
a leading provider of innovative crop breeding technology, sorghum seed products and feedstocks, and Calgren Renewable Fuels, a leading ethanol producer located in Pixley, CA, announced today an alliance to develop a local supply chain for sorghum for the production of fuel ethanol and distiller's grains.
Distiller's grains are the residual material from converting grain, such as corn or sorghum, into ethanol.
One such front involves making a better cookie out of distiller's grains.
The US Bio Janesville facility will process approximately 37 million bushels of corn per year to produce approximately 100 million gallons of ethanol and 320,000 tons of distiller's grains annually.
2] gas are important residuals of the dry production process in the manufacture of ethanol in addition to the distiller's grains but for purposes of this study, little mention will be made of them.
Researchers say distiller's grains contain high levels of fatty acids that pass through the pigs' digestive system and help form bubbles in the manure foam.