The world’s top buyer of corn and soybeans is responding to tight global supplies and higher prices. The Chinese agriculture ministry is promoting cheaper feed alternatives than corn and soybean meal. New guidelines for feed manufacturers recommend the use of wheat, barley, sorghum and rice as a substitute for corn in the ration. Protein options to replace soybean meal included distillers dried grains, cottonseed meal and sunflower meal.
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