Lupins offer a sustainable and GMO-free source of protein for animal feed. The content of crude protein in lupins are comparatively high on lysine and methionine which increase the protein value of compound feed.
Legumes have the ability to fixate nitrogen from the air. In compare to grains they contain more and higher quality proteins. The amino acids contained vary from species to species. Legumes will gain of importance in the EU as they are a regional protein source and are promoted by the EU.