Soybean meal is the most crucial protein source used to feed farm animals. It represents two-thirds of the total world output of protein feedstuffs, consisting of all other major oil meals and fish meal (Oil World, 2015). Its feeding worth is unmatched by any other plant protein source and it is the standard to which other protein sources are compared (Cromwell, 1999). While it has been an accepted part of animals and poultry diets in the U.S.A considering that the mid-1930s (Lewis et al., 2001), soybean feed production took off in the mid-1970s then accelerated in the early 1990s due to a growing need from establishing countries. The growth of aquaculture and prohibitions on the feed usage of slaughterhouse spin-offs have actually likewise sustained the demand for this top quality source of protein (Steinfeld et al., 2006).
|Item||Animal Feeding Preparation Non Gmo 43% 46% Soybean Meal|
|Urease Activity||0.05% max|
|Crude Fat||2.0% max|
|Sand and Silica||2%max|