Heat-processing soybeans for ruminants

Cooke, Linda
November 1993
Agricultural Research;Nov93, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p17
Academic Journal
Reports on the research by the Agricultural Research Service at the United States Dairy Forage Research Center in Madison, Wisconsin on the roasting conditions of soybeans to gain the most nutritional benefit for dairy cows. Protein content of soybeans needed by dairy cows to make milk; Amount of bypass protein increased by heating; Calibration of protein dispersibility index to animal feeding experiments; Development of a soybean roaster.


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