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Feeding pea to poultry

Quendt, Ulrich; Vogt-Kaute, Werner


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  "description": "<p>Pea is rich in protein and energy. It complements cereals perfectly for feeding poultry due to the high lysine content. White-flowering, light- hulled pea can be included up to 30% in poultry feed. Growers of field pea can sell their crops to compound feed producers. However, trading pea is not always straightforward and on-farm or local use generally increases the profitability of growing pea. For this on-farm use to be successful, the feed value must be determined for each farm-grown batch so that the feed mix can be optimised. Home-grown grain legumes are an important component of GMO-free feed rations and so benefit from premia for non-GM products.</p>\n\n<p>This note provides an insight into successful farm practices and feed rations with field peas in organic farming.</p>", 
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      "affiliation": "Landesbetrieb Landwirtschaft Hessen (LLH)", 
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      "name": "Quendt, Ulrich"
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  "datePublished": "2021-07-28", 
  "url": "https://zenodo.org/record/4518598", 
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    "Peas", 
    "Legumes", 
    "Feed rations", 
    "Layers", 
    "Broilers"
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