Ondulla Toomer, a chemist at the Agricultural Research Service in Raleigh, posed a fascinating question: What should we do with the millions of discarded peanut skins generated during the process of turning peanuts into human or animal food? These seemingly insignificant skins, often relegated to landfills, hold untapped nutritional potential.

La entrada The untapped nutritional potential of peanut skins in animal feed se publicó primero en aviNews, the global poultry magazine.

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