To remain competitive in the industry, beef and dairy producers in the Midwest need to adapt to the use of alternative feeds and take advantage of the expected abundance and favorable pricing of biofuel coproducts. Integrating the coproducts as feed ingredients could make the livestock industry significantly more attractive and competitive in domestic and global markets. A survey instrument was created to inventory resources that currently limit (or enable) the use of biofuel coproducts by small and medium-sized beef and dairy producers in the state of Indiana. Seventy-eight of Indiana's 92 counties were represented in the survey results.
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Navarro, J. I., Unruh Snyder, L. J., Lemenager, R. P., & Claeys, M. C. (2011). Resources Inventory of Beef and Dairy Operations for the Use of Ethanol Coproducts. The Journal of Extension, 49(2), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol49/iss2/23