Protein Estimating in Imported Poultry Feed Mixture and Soybean Meal to Iraq

  • Dr. Musaddak D. Ali Iraqi Agriculture Minisitry – Driectorate of Animal Resources – Department of Quality Control on feed, Baghdad , Iraq
  • Dr. Muhsin L. al-Musawi Iraqi Agriculture Minisitry – Driectorate of Animal Resources – Department of Quality Control on feed, Baghdad , Iraq
  • Zainab R. mamdoh Iraqi Agriculture Minisitry – Driectorate of Animal Resources – Department of Quality Control on feed, Baghdad , Iraq
  • Ghazwan M. Hassan Iraqi Agriculture Minisitry – Driectorate of Animal Resources – Department of Quality Control on feed, Baghdad , Iraq
Keywords: Kjeldahl device, Nutrition, protein, poultry feed mixture, soybean meal.

Abstract

This study aimed to evaluate rate of the protein in the imported poultry feed and soybean meal to Iraq and know the effect of different rates of the protein on the poultry. Samples of used feed in poultry nutrition has collected, where (38) samples of soybean meal took and (62) samples of imported poultry feed mixture and it has been tested in the kjeldahl device. The results indicated the rate of the protein in soybean meal was (36-39) , (41-47) and (48-49) in 3 samples (8%) , 30 samples (80%) and 5 samples (13%) respectively and the rate of the protein in poultry feed was (15-16), (16-21) and (22-24) in 6 samples (6%), 56 samples (90%) and 2 samples (3%) respectively. This study concluded that it must estimate the rate of the protein for the imported soybean meal; poultry feed mixture to ensure the quality of the feed within the frame work allowed.

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Published
2017-02-02
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