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Andrea Osorio-Doblado and Dr. Darren D. Henry

Tannins can be perceived as “antinutritional factors” in ruminant diets. However, when they are provided from low to medium concentrations (< 50 g/kg DM), tannins can improve utilization of feed protein and positively influence animal performance. This short article provides an overview of the potential use of Tannins in beef production systems. 

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