A new video, "Finding new purpose in feeding pigs," produced by Spartan Be Green, shows the work of undergraduate researcher Joseph Lutz and Dr. Dale Rozeboom.
April 5, 2017
"Finding new purpose in feeding pigs" is a recent video by Be Spartan Green that highlights research conducted by Joseph Lutz and Dr. Dale Rozeboom. You can find a link to the video on the entity's News page, as well as a short article about the work, or watch it below. The video features Animal Science's Swine Teaching and Research Center on campus. Work was supported by the Swine Research and Education Experience (SREE) Research Project of the National Pork Board, Spartan Be Green Project Fund, and MSU CANR Undergraduate Research Funds.
YouTube summary: "Liquid sweet whey, a byproduct following the manufacture of cheese, is traditionally sent to the landfill, serving no functional purpose for farmers and resulting in a disposal cost. At MSU, students in Agribusiness Management have uncovered a unique dual purpose for the whey that both reduces cost and diverts waste."