...and a tasty answer
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CTA. 2002. ...and a tasty answer. Spore 101. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Pigs and pig keeping in one form or another can be found almost anywhere in the world. Especially of course in country areas it is common for communities to have pigs rooting and roaming freely around the dwellings, to be brought in one day as househol
It took Norbert Nganga's letter from Pointe Noire, Congo, more than a year to arrive at Spore s desk. But it's never too late for a good idea! He reacts to a question from Godfrey Scentongo in Mailbox in Spore 89 about how to conserve brewery dregs (or draff, the residual cereal after brewing, which can be used as animal feed). 'I put them into airtight plastic bags. I stack them up in a dark place for a month, and it makes good quality stuff. The moisture has been absorbed, and the dregs still have their colour and smell. Try it yourself.'
SubjectsANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH;
- CTA Spore (English)