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This report reviews the amino acid tryptophan which is an essential amino acid in the diet of Australian poultry. Reliable values of total and digestible tryptophan in feedstuffs are needed because tryptophan is often the third most limiting amino acid in poultry diets. Understanding the inclusion of tryptophan in poultry diets will also facilitate the strategic use of commercially available synthetic, feed-grade tryptophan in the Australian poultry industry.
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.
This proposes that the Australian egg and poultry industry to incorporate canola and cottonseed meal in poultry diets. Canola and cottonseed meal is proven to be both economical and high in protein.
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