wheat middlings


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wheat middlings

[′wēt ‚mid·liŋz]
(food engineering)
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The effect of dietary wheat middlings and enzyme supplementation.
"Grains such as rice, corn, oats, and barley might be substituted for wheat and wheat middlings," Rawles says.
Dairy producers can substitute wheat middlings for some of the higher-cost feed ingredients in rations for early-lactation cows.
Both are meals containing carrot oil, carotene in oil, lecithin, wheat germ oil, wheat middlings, pulverized oats and alfalfa meal.
In which study, the ATTD of NDF and ADF decreased from 70.7% to 56.9%, 59.0% to 37.2%, respectively as the inclusion level of wheat middlings increased from 0% to 50% in the diet.
The major grain energy source for both diets, wheat middlings, was obtained from durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.
Previous data (Huang et al., 2013) in our lab indicated that 10% wheat middlings in the com soybean meal diets provided significant lower digestible energy (DE) content against the higher inclusion levels of wheat middlings.
Effects of dietary wheat middlings, corn dried distillers grains with solubles, and net energy formulation on nursery pig performance.
(2009) developed models to predict energy values in wheat milling by-products (wheat bran, wheat middlings, wheat shorts and red dog) when fed to ducks.
To facilitate the pelleting process and to ensure the complete consumption of the supplement minerals were mixed with 50 g/kg fat, 280 g/kg corn and 110 g/kg wheat middlings. After being accustomed to the basal diet cows received one of 3 supplements during a 18-d experimental period (EP).
Variability among sources and laboratories in analyses of wheat middlings. J.