Unprocessed soya beans low in trypsin inhibitors in organic pig fattening diets

Leopold Rittler, Helmut Raser, Reinhard Puntigam, Julia Slama
Posted: 02.05.2022
Soya beans are rich in protein, but they contain antinutritional components such as trypsin inhibitors, which means that thermal processing is required before feeding to pigs and poultry. The successful use of unprocessed soya bean varieties with reduced content of trypsin inhibitors enables farmers to become more independent in their feed supply. Furthermore, costs for thermal treatment, e.g. toasting, could be saved.



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Authors: Leopold Rittler, Helmut Raser, Reinhard Puntigam, Julia Slama
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