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A former member of the NZAE Council, Donal Curtin is a business economist based in Auckland. He was a member of the Commerce Commission for 12 years, and has wide experience of merger analysis, competition, and regulation, particularly of telcos. He has also worked in the financial markets as chief economist for a major bank, as chair of Morningstar’s expert asset allocation panel, and as chair of a funds management company, and has also been chair of the Public Trust. He is a long-serving member of Statistics New Zealand’s Advisory Committee on Economic Statistics, and has received several awards for his economics writing. He writes the Economics New Zealand blog, http:/// .
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Moringa leaves are usually considered as a source of protein. However, the protein content ranges from 15% to more than 30% DM as it depends on the stage of maturity and on the proportions of leaflets, petioles and stems, the latter being much poorer in protein. Likewise, the fibre content of moringa leaves reported in the literature is extremely variable, with an ADF content ranging from 8% to more than 30% DM. The lignin content is also variable, from 2% to more than 10% DM. Moringa leaves contain high levels of minerals (about 10% DM), particularly Ca and Fe. They are also rich in a wide range of vitamins (ß-caroten, ascorbic acid, vitamin B1, B6 and niacin) ( Price, 2007 ; Reyes Sanchez, 2004 ) as well as flavonoids (quercetin and kaempferol), which are known to be more potent antioxidants than ascorbic acid ( Yang et al., 2006 ; Siddhuraju et al., 2003 ). Moringa leaves may thus be used as an antioxidant feed ( Makkar et al., 2007 ). They have a relatively high concentration of lipids (5-6%, up to 10% DM) with an important proportion (33 to 45%) of α-linolenic acid (C18:3n-3) ( Moyo et al., 2011 ; Olaofe et al., 2013 ).