Livestock Performance: Feeding Biotech Crops 
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Livestock Performance: Feeding Biotech Crops

Abstract: To date, genetically enhanced plants in the marketplace that are
used as feeds for livestock are based on producing insecticidal compounds
or developing herbicide tolerance. Corn grain, whole plant green chop
corn, corn silage, corn residue, soybeans, and soybean meal from the
current genetically enhanced plants have been fed to chickens, sheep, beef
cattle, and dairy cows and compared with feeds produced from isolines of
nongenetically enhanced plants. Results from 23 research trials indicate
that genetically enhanced corn and soybeans that are currently available
in the marketplace are substantially equivalent in composition, are
similar in digestibility, and have a similar feeding value for livestock.

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J. H. Clark and I. R. Ipharraguerre



Sun, 21 Dec 2003 00:48:18 GMT
 
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