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New dietary protein sources for animal production in South East Asia

New dietary protein sources for animal production in South East Asia

Feed information and animal production Proceedings of the Second Symposium of the International Network of Feed Information Centres: 479-483

New dietary protein sources represent increasingly important feed ingredients for ensuring protein supply, high performance and reduced cost of feeding animals in South East Asia. These account for approximately 15 million tonnes per year of plant origin, representing about 3 per cent of the total production of feeds from crop production. They include sal seed meal, palm kernel cake, rubber seed meal, forages from cassava, pigeon pea, leucaena, feather meal and poultry litter.

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