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I used to feed full fat soy flour and the bees didn't seem any worse for it. If I were doing it I would want to mix it 50/50 with pollen if at all possible. But some seem to think soy flour isn't very good. I figured it was better than sawdust... and that's what the bees were collecting.
 

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On the other hand sawdust might indeed be better. Something stuck in my mind about soybean trypsin inhibitor so I did a search and saw enough to make me suspicious. Someone above my pay grade should look this over and see if there indeed is need for caution.

https://www.google.ca/search?biw=15...&ved=0ahUKEwjAuNGLu5_lAhVwkeAKHUPWCqMQ4dUDCAo

If this does not hyperlink type into a google search

Bees and soybean trypsin inhibitors
 
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