Expensive soy – these are the alternatives for feeding pigs

Posted: 12.05.2021
Soybean meal is still the No. 1 protein-rich ingredient for animal feed, but prices have been rising for months, and experts expect further increases. This Legumes Translated Special Report 1 is based on a translation of an article written by Manfred Weber and published in the German agricultural journal top agrar.

The German article can be found here.

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  • 2021
  • Soybean meal is still the No. 1 protein-rich ingredient for animal feed, but prices have been rising for months, and experts expect further increases.

    This Legumes Translated Special Report 1 is based on a translation of an article written by Manfred Weber and published in the German agricultural journal top agrar.


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  • The German article can be found <a href="https://www.legumehub.eu/de/?post_type=legume_article&p=15307&preview=true“">here</a>.

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  • Manfred Weber, 2021. Expensive soy – these are the alternatives for feeding pigs. Legume Hub. https://www.legumehub.eu

  • Weber, M., 2021. Expensive soy – these are the alternatives. top agrar, 3/2021.
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