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The use of TSC soybean oil soapstock in animal feeding

, : The use of TSC soybean oil soapstock in animal feeding. Taiwan Sugar 40(6): 22-25

Experiments on the use of soyabean oil soapstock (SS), a byproduct of the salad oil refining industry, in diets for pigs and ruminants are reviewed. Inclusion of large amounts of SS in diets is not recommended due to its high pH (12.15). Up to 6% SS in growing-finishing diets is acceptable.

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