A.S. Series 70-35
Soybeans contain about 18% fat. In the past it has been economical to process the soybeans into soybean meal. Soybean meal is the major protein supplement fed to swine. The recent development of new equipment to cook soybeans on the farm has resulted in a renewed interest in the use of cooked soybeans in swine rations. The objectives of the study reported here were to compare the performance of pigs fed whole soybean meal and to study the effects of whole soybeans on the carcasses produced.
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Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State College
Wahlstrom, Richard C.; Libal, George W.; and Berns, Richard, "Roasted Soybeans for Growing-Finishing Swine" (1970). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1970. 8.