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Poultry by-product meal and poultry meal: Is there a difference?

From a nutrient standpoint they can be nearly identical, and quality may have more to do with process and raw materials.
The availability of fresh poultry and rendered poultry products coincided with the commercialization and industrialization of poultry production in the 1940s and 1950s; and feed values for poultry by-product meal (PBPM) were first established in the 1950s (Fuller, 1996). The volume of rendered poultry proteins in 2003 was estimated at 3,073.5 million pounds per year and the companion animal industry consumes about 23% (Pearl 2003).
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