Adapting the feed, the animal and the feeding techniques to improve the efficiency and sustainability of monogastric livestock production systems
Adapting the feed, the animal and the feeding techniques to improve the efficiency and sustainability of monogastric livestock production systems

Processing of partly defatted meals from European soybeans and nutritional value for broilers and piglets

Authors: 
Royer E., Carré P., Halas V., Sakkas P., Bikker P., Quinsac A., Kyriazakis I., Bach Knudsen K.E.
Publication date: 
22 January 2020
Full title: 
Processing of partly defatted meals from European soybeans and nutritional value for broilers and piglets
Publishing information: 
Feed-a-Gene final meeting, 22-23 January 2020, Hotel de Rennes Métropole, Rennes, France
Abstract: 

The study determined the influence of different processes to produce good quality soy bean meal (SBM) with 46-52 % crude protein, 4-8 % residual oil and trypsin inhibitor content below 8 TIU/mg. Such extruded-expelled SBM produced in medium-sized crushing plants from local and GMO-free European soybean crops could have interesting nutritional values

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