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... These products include food processing wastes, such as vegetable and fruit processing residues; dairy whey and tannery byproducts; wastes from industrial processing and from municipalities; forest products and pulp and papermill residues; crop residues; aquatic plants; and animal waste (excrete)
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... But the most significant factors are the cost, based on nutritional value, of the processed products relative to conventional feedstuffs and their safety for both animals and humans. Available data indicate that animal performance is generally related to nutritional value, and the nutritional value of these substances varies greatly (see Appendix Tables)
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... Data are limited concerning chemical residues in milk and eggs from animals consuming feeds with significant levels of these residues. In meatproducing animals, appropriate withdrawal periods have been effective in preventing harmful residues in edible tissues.
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