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Use of peas in the feeding of pigs. Bibliographical review. 1. Chemical composition and nutritional effects

Use of peas in the feeding of pigs. Bibliographical review. 1. Chemical composition and nutritional effects

Revue de l' Agriculture 42(3): 469-480

Data on the chemical composition of peas are reviewed. Comparison of protein and energy content with that of cereals and soyabean meal indicates that peas are an ideal feed for pigs although a deficiency in sulphur amino acids and tryptophan might limit use.

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