Influence of fishmeal, rape-seed, and rape-seed meal in feed on the fatty acid composition and storage stability of porcine body fat.

@article{Hertzman1988InfluenceOF,
  title={Influence of fishmeal, rape-seed, and rape-seed meal in feed on the fatty acid composition and storage stability of porcine body fat.},
  author={C Hertzman and L G{\"o}ransson and H Rud{\'e}rus},
  journal={Meat science},
  year={1988},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={37-53}
}
One hundred and ten pigs were fed test diets containing 1·1%, 3·3% or 5·5% fishmeal, 10% rape-seed or 15% rape-seed meal. The control diet contained soya-bean meal. From each carcass M. longissimus dorsi, including subcutaneous fat, was taken and analysed for fatty acid composition and intramuscular fat content. Accelerated oxidation test was carried out on fresh samples. Sensory analyses as well as peroxide and aldehyde analyses were carried out after 0, 4, 6 and 9 months of freezer storage… CONTINUE READING