Mustard bran shows promise

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University of Minnesota researchers at Crookston say mustard bran is an affordable substitute for soybean meal.

Researchers replaced some of the soybean meal and all of the beet pulp in a lactating-cow diet with mustard bran. The result was an increase of about 4 pounds of milk per cow per day. Mustard bran in the diet did not change feed intake, milk composition or milk flavor.

 



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