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A study of possibilities for employing broad beans vicia faba and feed peas pisum sativum in diets for fattening pigs i. chemical composition and nutritive value



A study of possibilities for employing broad beans vicia faba and feed peas pisum sativum in diets for fattening pigs i. chemical composition and nutritive value



Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 27(4): 47-51



Established were the chemical, mineral, and amino acid composition of samples of broad beans, cultivar "A1" and "Vebo" and feed peas cultivar "No. 11" widely spread in this country. With the purpose to study the biological effect of feeding broad beans and peas to pigs for fattening was conducted an experiment on digestibility with pigs of the two-line hybrid Camborough of 85 kg live weight. The protein content on dry matter basis of broad beans was 25.32% and of feed peas 22.37%. The content of lysine of the seeds of the studied plants was high - on braod beans on the average 5.53 g and of peas 5.63 g/16 g N. Comparatively lower was the content of methionine and tryptophan of broad bean and pea protein than that of soyabean meal. The established values of the coefficients of digestibility on participation of 15% broad beans or 15% peas in the diet, compared with that of soyabean meal, fed to the control group, were very close.

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