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The salvage and utilization of food waste for animal feeding. (b) Distribution and utilization



The salvage and utilization of food waste for animal feeding. (b) Distribution and utilization



J. Roy. Sanit. Inst, 73: 681-687



The yearly output of waste food concentrate (33 per cent. dry matter, 5 per cent. protein) is about a quarter million tons, equivalent to about 8 per cent. of the rationed feedingstuffs for pigs and poultry in 1951-1952. For pigs 1 ton has a feeding value of about 1/3 ton of good pig food containing 60 per cent. barley meal. On this basis the price of food waste concentrate has roughly kept step with that of cereal feeds but at present is slightly less.

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