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Lupins for Poultry

  • Organisation The University of Western Australia, Crawley

Lupins for Poultry

Lupins are a type of legume which are an excellent source of protein in animal feed.

Leading research

Lupins are a type of legume which are an excellent source of protein in animal feed. This project had three objectives: to improve the nutritional value of lupins; to reduce the problem of wet droppings by using enzymes to expand lupins; and to generate even greater breakdown of pectin and cell walls.

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