Soybean Hulls are a by-product of soybean processing for oil and meal production.
- Used in cattle diets
- The nutritional value of the hulls is quite good. Often hulls, either cottonseed or soybean, are thought of as a roughage feed; however, soybean hulls are superior to cottonseed hulls in nutrient content. As-fed Basis Soybean Hulls Crude protein 11-12% TDN 65-70% Crude fiber 35-40% Calcium .49% Phosphorus .21% Cottonseed Hull Crude protein 4.0-4.2% TDN 40-42% Crude fiber 40-45% Calcium .15% Phosphorus .9% The nutrients in soybean hulls are highly digestible and are considered an energy feed as opposed to a roughage feed
- Side effects might entail constipation, bloating, and nausea.
- Not known.
- Soybean mill feed, soybean mill run
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