Corn oil cake meal is really a residue of the germs of corn grain which remains after most of the oil is extracted therefrom. The particular corn oil cake meal which we used in our test is a by-product from the manufacture of glucose. These four main products are made from the corn grain: Glucose, corn oil, gluten feed, and corn oil cake meal. It is with the latter that we are to deal.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Evvard, John M. and Dunn, Russell
"Corn Oil Cake Meal for Growing and Fattening Pigs,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 28(1), 135-146.
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