Poultry farms are looking for substitutes for Soy. Soy, originating from South America, is harmful to the environment and the costs will increase considerably in the future. By conducting practical tests in the field of protein from residual flows and insects, steps are being taken towards a future-proof poultry feed.
Legumes, potato and carrot cultivation are eligible to replace soy. But these protein sources can be used for human consumption. On the other hand, there are the expected developments in the legalization of insects in animal feed. Duckweed refining has also developed far enough to be used in poultry feed.
The main objective of this research is that existing knowledge is applied and new knowledge is developed in order to be able to use the new feeds in primary poultry farming. This practice-driven research is carried out by Aeres University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with various SMEs, including Wadudu. The research is supported by centers of expertise