Sunday, May 10, 2009

Canada- Canola meal could be headed for new research facility

A million tons of excess canola meal could find its way through the doors of a new, $12.6-million University of Saskatchewan research facility in North Battleford, The Star Phoenix reports. The new feed mill and research centre will help scientists lower the cost of raising livestock by increasing the nutrition of additives, such as low-grade canola, that are used in feed. The amount of low-grade canola available is increasing due to bio-fuel production, while international demand for high-quality feed remains high, especially in Asia, the project leader said. (6 May 2009)

Source: Kingsman Biodiesel News Summary (5/6/2009) -

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