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Feeding value of the protein of beans and peas compared with that of soya bean oilmeal in diets for chickens



Feeding value of the protein of beans and peas compared with that of soya bean oilmeal in diets for chickens



Zivoc. Vyr 14: 243-252



Chickens were given for 7 weeks diets with wheat 50 and soya bean meal 18, peameal 38 or beanmeal 29.8 %, or the diets with peameal and extra methionine and leucine or with beanmeal with methionine, leucine, arginine and glycine. With peas or beans and amino acids gain was 16 and 15% more than with soya bean, but without them it was 44 and 52% less. Digestibility of N was poorer with beans or peas than with soya, and it was not improved by the amino acids.

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