Due to economic considerations, powdered cellulose might not be able to compete with traditional sources of cellulose, such as straw or beet pulp, on a cost basis alone. However, they hold distinctive properties that make them indispensable in the industrial manufacturing of animal feed. These fibers find special application in enhancing bulk density, refining structural aspects, particularly in extruded and expanded feeds. The incorporation of powdered cellulose in these formulations can expedite the drying process of extrudates and promote expandates. A notable and unique application is their utilization in piglet feed.