A. H. Mimeo Series 62-7
The culture used in the following experiment was stated by the company to be live cell yeast grown on cereals and dormantized at low temperatures so as not to kill or injure the live cells or destroy any of their natural values. The finished yeast culture was a dry stabilized meal that readily blended with other feed ingredients in a complete mixed ration. The yeast culture was added for possible digestive enzyme action and additional source of B vitamins. Enzymes may be helpful in the breakdown and utilization of complex carbohydrates, fat and protein. The purpose of this experiment was to evaluate the yeast as an additive to swine rations.
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Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Service, South Dakota State College
Seerley, R.W., "Yeast in Growing-Finishing Swine Rations" (1962). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1962. 8.