fava bean

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shell beans cooked as lima beans

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Anti nutritive factors presents in the Vicia Faba beans seemed not to depress the valorisation of nutrients in the ration by broiler chicks.
Results of the current study suggest that Vicia Faba beans are a good alternative to partially replace maize and Soya beans in broilers ration.
In particular, the differences were found among the raising in cage, feeding a commercial concentrate and the other two techniques (in cage feeding grass and crushed faba beans or in pits feeding grass and crushed faba bean).
The aim of our study was to compare in vivo performance and carcass and meat traits of Ischia grey rabbits raised with three different techniques: in cages fed a commercial concentrate; in cages fed grasses collected on the island, crushed faba bean with mineral vitamin supplementation; in pits fed grasses, faba bean and mineral vitamin.
Viruses on faba bean in northeast Australia and strategies for virus control.
Integrated pest, disease and weed management in faba bean.
Gupta V, Modgil R and M Kalia Effect of domestic processing on the in vivo protein quality of faba bean (Vicia faba).
is the most commonly sown rotation crop in cotton-based farming systems, although various leguminous crops such as faba bean (Vicia faba L.
The rotations sown after minimum tillage (permanent beds) between 1993 and 2000 at Merah North were: (1) continuous cotton; (2) long-fallow cotton; (3) cotton-green manured faba bean (Vicia faba L.
Non soaker percentages of super and English faba beans were in the range of Elsayed [9].
Crude protein content of faba beans was in concur with what reported with Elsayed et al.
Effect of graded replacement of soybean meal by faba beans (Vicia faba L.
Dietary dehulled-micronized faba bean inclusion in guinea fowls ration and the effects on their growth traits and meat quality which would include functional food properties, such as the content of n-3 and n-6 FA, have not been investigated.
These results are in accord with the results obtained by Osman and Abd Elaziz [21] for faba bean.
Similar results for faba bean were reported by Osman and Abd Elaziz [21].