Black soldier fly as dietary protein source for broiler quails: meat proximate composition, fatty acid and amino acid profile, oxidative status and sensory traits.

@article{Culler2017BlackSF,
  title={Black soldier fly as dietary protein source for broiler quails: meat proximate composition, fatty acid and amino acid profile, oxidative status and sensory traits.},
  author={M. G{\'a}llego Culler{\'e} and Giulia Tasoniero and Val{\'e}rio Giaccone and Gabriele Acuti and Alberto Marangon and Antonella Dalle Zotte},
  journal={Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={
          640-647
        }
}
In the perspective of improving the sustainability of meat production, insects have been rapidly emerging as innovative feed ingredient for some livestock species, including poultry. However, at present, there is still limited knowledge regarding the quality and sensory traits of the derived meat. Therefore, the present study tested the effect of a partial substitution of soya bean meal and oil with defatted black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) larvae meal (H) in the diet for growing broiler… CONTINUE READING
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