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Sugar in animal feed

Sugar in animal feed primarly occurs in molasses and other bi-products from food manufacture. Molasses can be derived from either sugar beet and sugar cane. The main difference between beet and cane sugar molasses is that besides sugar, beet sugar molasses also has a relatively high raw protein content, while cane sugar molasses contains significantly less protein.