Condensed porcine solubles (CPS) was a suitable source of energy and protein when fed at 5% of the diet as a partial replacement of corn and soybean meal. Therefore, its use in growing-finishing diets should be based on relative ingredient costs and convenience of incorporation of a liquid material at the mixer.
Iowa State University
Zimmerman, Dean R., "Condensed Porcine Solubles in Diets Fed to Growing-Finishing Pigs" (1998). Swine Research Report, 1997. 5.