Soybean processing systems

Ludwig Asam, Kerstin Spory, Ann-Kathrin Spiegel, Stefan Thurner und Robert Zeindl
Posted: 09.07.2021
Soybeans contain anti-nutritive substances that need to be processed before the beans can be fed to livestock. The application of relevant and compact processing technology for farms or for small enterprises requires special knowledge, and practical experience is not widespread. The factsheet presents the most common technologies available or used in Central Europe to process soybeans into feed. It provides an assessment of advantages and disadvantages for each technology. Little is known about professional soybean processing technology in Europe. This brochure describes them by referring to farms or enterprises in Germany and Austria. Through an assessment of advantages and disadvantages, the brochure provides guidance for practitioners including farmers and advisors, with relevance for conventional and organic farming.
  • Ludwig Asam, Kerstin Spory, Ann-Kathrin Spiegel, Stefan Thurner und Robert Zeindl
  • Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL
  • 2021
  • Soybeans contain anti-nutritive substances that need to be processed before the beans can be fed to livestock. The application of relevant and compact processing technology for farms or for small enterprises requires special knowledge, and practical experience is not widespread. The factsheet presents the most common technologies available or used in Central Europe to process soybeans into feed. It provides an assessment of advantages and disadvantages for each technology. Little is known about professional soybean processing technology in Europe. This brochure describes them by referring to farms or enterprises in Germany and Austria. Through an assessment of advantages and disadvantages, the brochure provides guidance for practitioners including farmers and advisors, with relevance for conventional and organic farming.

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Authors: Ludwig Asam, Kerstin Spory, Ann-Kathrin Spiegel, Stefan Thurner und Robert Zeindl
Acknowledgement: OK-Net Ecofeed has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innnovation programme under grant agreement No. 773911.

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