Lichtenwalner, Kersbergan speak to BDN about not feeding poultry and livestock spoiled food

Anne Lichtenwalner, a University of Maine Cooperative Extension associate professor and director of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, and Rick Kersbergen, a University of Maine Cooperative Extension professor of sustainable dairy and forage systems, spoke to the Bangor Daily News about why not to give poultry and livestock spoiled feed. “If you open up a bag of feed and it looks or smells weird, you know something is wrong,” Lichtenwalner said. “But other times you can’t tell if something is wrong, but if your animal turns up its nose, there is probably something going on with that food.”