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From Grain to Feed

By Jonas H. Hansen and Hanne T. Petersen


Horse beans are used as an example of grain, which have potentials to substitute fish meal in fish feed. After several grinding and fractionation steps it was possible to obtain a protein-rich horse bean fraction with a yield of 19 %. This fraction contained 55.9 % protein. The high protein content together with the amino acid profile makes the fraction very suitable as a substitute to fish meal in fish feed. The protein-rich fraction was used as a successful additive in extruded fish pellets. \u

Topics: "Organics" in general, Systems research and participatory research
Year: 2010
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Provided by: Organic Eprints

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