Study examines non-milk proteins

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The price of milk replacer has gone up recently and that may have you looking at milk replacers with alternative protein sources. Formulations that include non-milk proteins may cost less, but they also can reduce gain. To see research that compares milk replacers with wheat protein or soy protein concentrate to all-milk protein, go to: www.dairyherd.com.



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