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Patented- Oct. 11, 1938
2,132,621
UNITED STATES
P'ATENT OFFICE
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' SOYA MEAL I'Olt FEED
Artesny A. Horv'atll, Newark, Del.
No Drawing. Application November 2, 1987,
Serial No. 172,379
‘Chisinau-19H)
This invention pertains‘ to improvements in under atmospheric or storage conditions. The
soya meal for feeding animals.
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Boya meal is used extensively as feed for stock,
such as cattle, hogs, etc. This meal is a-product
5 resulting from removal of oil from the soy bean,
so-called. The oil may have been removed by
' an hydraulic press, or by an expeller, or by ex
traction with solvents: nevertheless the residual
meal has exhibited some undesirable eifects when
1° fed to stock. The meal has resulted in gas for
mation in the intestinal tract, and in faulty diges
tion and assimilation, and also in excessive hy
dration or looseness in the intestines of animals.
An object of this invention is to treat com
" inuted soya in general, and preferably to treat
soya meal, so as to avoid ?atulence in animals in
gesting this feed. A further object is to improve
the digestibility of soya meal and the assimila
tion of food values and generally to improve the
90 utilization of food in the alimentary tract of cat
proportion of moromi added tosoya meal need not
be large, about one tenth of one percent, though
greater amounts to several percent may be used.
when this complex composition is fed to cattle, 5
hogs and the like, it encounters in the intestinal
tract of the animals a condition of hydrogen ion
concentration of about pH 7.4. Under such hy
drogen ion concentration and at animal tempera
tures, this composition gradually is converted into 10
proteoses, peptones and aminoacids. Further,
absorption is facilitated of peptides and arnino
acids from the intestines, which is to say that
digestive efficiency or utilization of food values
is considerably enhanced.
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‘While the bene?ts of this invention are not
limited by theoretical explanation, it appears that
heretofore, when soya meal has been ingested by
animals without‘ the bene?t of bacteria here set
forth, the soya meal has decomposed into putre- 20
factive products ‘rather than into bene?cial food.
tie‘, hogs and the like. These and other objects
will appear from the statement of principles of - For example, protein‘decomposition has devel
oped in the animal intestines indole, skatole,
this invention set forth in the following illus
trative description and further de?ned in the paracresol, phenolhparaoxyphenylpropionic acid,
paraoxyphenylacetic acid, volatile fatty acids, 25
g5 ‘appended claims.
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According to this invention important bene?ts
result from incorporating with soya feed for ani
mals certain strains of bacteria. In particular,
certain effective strains of bacteria for this pur
hydrogen sul?de, methane, methyl mercaptan,
etc.
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~While this invention has been described by
illustration of preferred examples in accordance
so pose are developed by growth during fermenta- ‘ with the patent statutes it will now be apparent 3o
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tlon of soy beans with cereal grains and salt. ' to those skilled‘ in this art that the principles of
Such preferred strains are of the following: 8. this invention may be embodied in other forms
than those speci?cally set‘forth, within the scope
mesentericus, B. subtilis, and B. impetus.
Illustrative of preferred practice, though this
35 invention may be practiced otherwise, use is made
of the residue left from the production of soy
sauce, so-called. Soy sauce is manufactured by
fermenting a mixture of boiling soy beans, barley
or wheat, sodium chloride and water. Such pro‘
40 duction of soy sauce is known of itself and is de
scribed in U. S. Department of Asrlculture Bulle
tin 1152 (1923) .
The soy sauce fermentation
lasts many months, during which are developed
of the appended claims.
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What is claimed is:
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1. An improved feed composition for animals,
comprising soya meal containing at least one of
the bacterial strains from the group consisting
of B.‘meeentericus,.n..sub?lisand B. vulgatus.
2. An improved feed composition for animals, 40
3. A process ofpreparinganlmal feed compris
ing, fermenting soybeansand-cereal grain and
>speci?cstrainsofbacteriausefulinthepresent admixing ruidual solids‘with'soya meal.
as invention, bacteria of the group: B. mcsentericus,
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B. subtilis and B. mam.
After fermentation
the liquid-is separated, leaving a semi-solid mass
called“moromi". Thisisacultureofthesede'
bacterial strains which I have discovered
like.
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l'br best eifectuating the
of this in
'5 ventiomthissoysauceresidueisdriedatlowtem
'
. ‘up to about 40' 0., preferably :under
:ls?nelygroundandismixeddry with
soya oil meal. Under these conditions the
specificbacterismsintaintheir potential dla‘el
lo tive powenbutarecompatiblewiththesoyameal
4. A-process of preparing animal feed compris- 45
ing. fermentingsoybeans‘and cereal'grain, drying
residual solidsat temperatures up to about 40’ 0.,
and mixingzthisidryresidue'wlth soya meal.
5. A process of preparinganimal feed compris
ing. developing at vleast-one of'the group consist- 50 7
ing of 8. ,mesentericas, B. ssbtilis, and B. vul
gatas bygrowthin thewpreaence of soy beans. and
then innooulating l0" meal therewith.
6. A processof preparinganimal feed compris
ing. developing B. presentations, 8. subtili: and 55
B. vulgotus ‘by growth :in the presence? of soy
beans, cereal If‘!!! andsa'lt and then treating
soya meal therewith in liquid of hydrogen ion
concentration of about p814- .
ABM A. HORVA'I'H.
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