Researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who have been researching ways to reduce E. coli are suprised by the KSU results. Similar testing they have performed found no increase in E. coli from feeding dried distillers grains. UNL animal science professor Terry Klopfenstein says while they respect KSU's research, it is puzzling.
KSU's findings shouldn't affect cattle feeder's use of dried distiller's grains according to T.G. Nagaraja, a professor of diagnostic medicine and pathobiology at