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Utilization of blue lupin seed of different alkaloid levels as a substitute for soya bean meal in diets for fattening lambs. 1. Live weight gain, feed utilization and wool production



Utilization of blue lupin seed of different alkaloid levels as a substitute for soya bean meal in diets for fattening lambs. 1. Live weight gain, feed utilization and wool production



Towards the 21st century Proceedings of the 8th international lupin conference, Asilomar, California, USA, May 11-16-1996: 161-166



When lambs were fed from 20 to 40 kg on concentrates in which soyabean meal was replaced by seed of four Polish cultivars of Lupinus angustifolius, of varying alkaloid content, there was no difference in liveweight gain between animals fed on the soyabean meal control ration and those that were given sweet or semi-bitter lupin seed (mean 184 g/day). However, animals fed on bitter lupin had a significantly lower growth rate (175 g/day).

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