Lupin products for pigs and poultry

Lupin products for pigs and poultry

Indonesia Pindah ke bahasa Indonesia

lupin-products-for-pigs-and-poultryLupin products for pigs and poultry – Lupins have been included in both commercial pig and poultry rations in Western Australia for over 30 years, with subsequent benefits being realised in both feed costs and performance.

Lupins are recognised as an excellent nutritional ingredient for stock and aqua feed and are rapidly gaining a reputation as a nutritious product suitable for human consumption.
Grown by grain farmers in the southern regions of Australia, lupins are a  non-genetically modified plant source of concentrated protein that is low in  anti-nutritional factors.

The unique nutritional composition of lupin seed can be optimised through a mechanical hulling and cleaning process to remove the outer seed coat.  The resultant lupin kernel is double ground to produce a premium product of smaller particle size, high kernel purity and no admixture. Compared with lupin meal, the kernel product is easier to transport and produces less dust.
The pig and poultry industries recognise lupin kernels as an attractive, alternative protein source that is competitively priced and nutritionally sound.

Benefits of Lupins for Monogastric Animals

  1. Nutritionally sound
  2. Higher in energy digestibility and utilisation
  3. Competitively priced

Research conducted by the Pig and Poultry Production Institute in South Australia shows that lupins are a valuable alternative source of protein and energy for use in pig and poultry diets.

Lupins have been successfully used by commercial pig growers in pig rations at inclusion rates of up to 30%.
Lupins are lower in anti-nutritional factors than many vegetable protein sources and do not require pre-heating before being used in feeds for monogastric animals.
Processing of lupins to remove the seed coat produces a kernel with significantly increased nutritional value and minimal admixture. Dehulling the lupin seed increases the protein level and reduces hull fibre content which offers improved energy digestibility and utilisation by both pigs and poultry.

Comments (6)

  1. Zane Kreisher
    Aug 10, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    WowWhoaIncredibleAmazing! This blog looks exactlyjust like my old one! It’s on a completelyentirelytotally different topicsubject but it has pretty much the same layoutpage layout and design. ExcellentWonderfulGreatOutstandingSuperb choice of colors!

  2. Fiona Olive
    Aug 10, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    I do accept as true withagree withbelieveconsidertrust all theall of the ideasconceptsideas you haveyou’ve presentedintroducedoffered for youron yourin yourto your post. They areThey’re veryreally convincing and willand can definitelycertainly work. StillNonetheless, the posts are toovery briefquickshort for newbiesbeginnersnovicesstarters. May justMayCould you please extendprolonglengthen them a bita little from nextsubsequent time? Thank youThanks for the post.

  3. Joshua Espina
    Aug 15, 2019 at 12:24 am

    Thank youThanks for any otheranothersome otherevery other informative blogwebsiteweb sitesite. WhereThe place else may justmaycould I am gettingI get that kind oftype of infoinformation written in such a perfectan ideal waymethodmeansapproachmanner? I haveI’ve a projectventurechallengeundertakingmission that I amI’m simplyjust now runningoperatingworking on, and I haveI’ve been at theon the glancelook out for such informationinfo.

  4. Claudio Hamalainen
    Oct 04, 2019 at 12:52 am

    HiWhat’s upHi thereHello, after reading this awesomeremarkableamazing articlepostpiece of writingparagraph i am alsotooas well happygladcheerfuldelighted to share my experienceknowledgefamiliarityknow-how here with friendsmatescolleagues.

  5. Shameka Walat
    Oct 13, 2019 at 3:05 am

    I blog quite oftenfrequentlyoften and I reallytrulygenuinelyseriously appreciate yourthank you for your contentinformation. The articleThis articleThis great articleYour article has reallyhas truly peaked my interest. I am going toI willI’m going to bookmarkbook marktake a note of your siteyour websiteyour blog and keep checking for new information aboutdetails about once a weekonce per week. I subscribed toopted in for your RSS feedFeed as welltoo.

  6. Derick Blaich
    Oct 17, 2019 at 11:35 am

    Have you ever thought aboutconsidered publishingcreatingwriting an e-bookebook or guest authoring on other siteswebsitesblogs? I have a blog based uponcenteredbased on the same informationideassubjectstopics you discuss and would really likelove to have you share some stories/information. I know my subscribersaudienceviewersvisitorsreaders would enjoyvalueappreciate your work. If you areyou’re even remotely interested, feel free to sendshoot me an e maile-mailemail.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.