Soybean Meal

Soybean meal is a popular protein source in animal feed, particularly for poultry and swine. It is made from the residue left after oil extraction from soybeans, and is rich in essential amino acids such as lysine and tryptophan. Soybean meal is also a good source of energy, fiber, and minerals. Its popularity as a protein source in animal feed is due to its high nutritional value and relatively low cost compared to other protein sources. The global demand for soybean meal as a protein source in animal feed is expected to continue to rise in the coming years. 


Nutrient Profile

Crude ProteinMin. 46-47%, Moisture 10%, Max.Fibre 4.0%, Max.Fat 1.3%,  Min.Urease Activity 0.2-0.3, rise in pHNDF 8.90%, ADF5.40%

Amino Acid Profile

Arginine2.78 %, Cysteine 0.63%, Histidine 1.26%, Isoleucine 1.96%

Leucine 3.43%, Lysine1.25%, Valine 1.93%, Methionine 0.60%, 

Phenylalanine 2.26%, Threonine 1.76%, Tryptophan 0.59%, Tyrosine 1.55%

Energy Profile

Metabolic Energy (poultry)2.475 kcal/kg

Metabolic Energy (bovine)2.856 kcal/kg