Feeding trials were conducted to determine the effect of replacing yellow corn (YC) and soybean oil meal (SBOM) with corn-soya replacer meal (CSRM) with and without antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) on growth performance and carcass characteristics of broiler chickens and growing-finishing pigs. Growth performances were determined from starter to finisher stages. Carcass characteristics were evaluated after slaughter. The dietary treatments were: T1- basal diet without CSRM with AGPs; T2 and T3-diets replacing 40% and 10% of YC and SBOM inclusions, with and without AGPs, respectively; and T4 and T5- diets replacing 80% and 20% of YC and SBOM inclusions, with and without AGPs, respectively. Based on the results of the broiler experiment, diets with CSRM replacing 40% YC and 10% SBOM with and without AGPs can be fed to broilers without affecting performance and carcass characteristics. In the growingfinishing pigs, there were no significant differences on all the performance parameters and carcass characteristics measured. It can be concluded that CSRM can be used to partially replace YC and SBOM in the diets of growing-finishing pigs and of broiler chickens.