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Effect of replacing soybean protein with cassava leaf protein in cassava root meal based diets for growing pigs on digestibility and N retention



Effect of replacing soybean protein with cassava leaf protein in cassava root meal based diets for growing pigs on digestibility and N retention



Animal Feed Science and Technology 83(3/4): 223-235



The nutrient and HCN contents of cassava leaves from 6 varieties of cassava growing in south Vietnam were analysed and 3 balance experiments were performed with growing pigs to evaluate the digestibility and nitrogen utilization of cassava root meal-based diets with increasing levels of replacement of the protein from soyabean meal (SBM) by protein of cassava leaves.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0377-8401(99)00136-4


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