Guide for farms to plan small scale soya bean processing equipment

Posted: 02.05.2022
Soya beans are rich in proteins but also contain anti-nutritive substances, which require processing prior to feeding to pigs or poultry. Designing an adequate processing system for a farm is challenging because a range of factors need to be considered together: profitability, time efforts, needs of livestock, and consumers. Various technological design solutions exist for on-farm processing systems and are adaptable according to a farm's needs.



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