Forget modified soya, let animals eat lupins instead

Forget modified soya, let animals eat lupins instead


By Andy Coghlan FLOWER power could allay the fears of farmers worried about feeding their livestock genetically modified soya, say researchers in Wales. Their answer? Russian lupins. Britain is not yet imposing any mandatory tests to ensure that soya beans have not been mixed with GM varieties—so farmers cannot guarantee the beans’ pedigree. But scientists at the Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research in Aberystwyth say farmers could avoid the soya problem altogether by feeding their animals lupin protein,
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