Articles | Volume 60, issue 4
Original study
23 Nov 2017
Original study |  | 23 Nov 2017

Production traits, blood metabolic profile and fatty acids of meat and tallow in response to the partial replacement of soybean meal with peas in organic lambs' feed

Zvonko Antunović, Željka Klir, Marcela Šperanda, Suzana Ćavar, Boro Mioč, and Josip Novoselec


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Short summary
As an alternative to soybean meal, which is a major source of proteins in animals' diets, and recently excluded from diets of animals in organic farming due to dubious quality and origin, we used pea grain (Pisum sativum subsp. sativum) in lambs' diets. With the addition of this valuable protein source, in the present research, production traits, fatty acid profile of meat, and blood parameters did not change.