Evaluation of solvent-extracted canola meal for growing pigs and lactating sows

@inproceedings{King2001EvaluationOS,
  title={Evaluation of solvent-extracted canola meal for growing pigs and lactating sows},
  author={Raymond H King and Perri Eason and D. K. Kerton and Frank Rowland Dunshea},
  year={2001}
}
The response of weaner pigs, grower/finisher pigs, and lactating sows to inclusion levels of solventextracted canola meal up to 250, 300, and 202 g/kg, respectively, was examined in 3 experiments. The average composition of the canola meal used in the experiments was 884 g DM/kg, 376 g CP/kg, 41 g fat/kg, 21.6 g lysine/ kg, 12.4 MJ digestible energy (DE)/kg, and 4.5 μmol glucosinolates/g. In all experiments, canola meal replaced other common protein sources in equal DE and equal lysine diets… CONTINUE READING

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