Cassava, in its different forms, has been used as animal feed in many parts of the world. Cassava foliage (leaves and stem), peels and particularly the root – fresh, dried or in silage form – alone or mixed with other feed, is used in feeding different animals, including ruminant and non-ruminant species. Dried cassava roots are processed into pellets, chips and meal, mainly for the poultry and pig industries.

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