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Suitability of field beans (Vicia faba), sweet lupins (Lupinus luteus) and rapeseed oilmeal (Brassica napus napus) as protein feeds for fattening pigs. 2. Results of feeding trials with growing pigs. 3. Discussion of results of feeding trials with growing pigs


Suitability of field beans (Vicia faba), sweet lupins (Lupinus luteus) and rapeseed oilmeal (Brassica napus napus) as protein feeds for fattening pigs. 2. Results of feeding trials with growing pigs. 3. Discussion of results of feeding trials with growing pigs



Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 31(2/3): 269-289



Field beans, sweet lupins and low-erucic acid, low-glucosinolate rapeseed oilmeal were tested in pig feeding experiments from 19 to 101 kg liveweight. They were used at equal N levels to replace soya bean meal in a diet with 72% barley and 18% soya bean oilmeal diet (with 6% tapioca meal, 1.5% soya bean oil, 2.5% mineral and vitamin supplement). Greatest inclusion was 37.8% beans, 21.0% lupins or 24.5% rapeseed oilmeal.

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