METABOLIZABLE ENERGY CONTENT OF TOWER AND CANDLE RAPESEEDS AND RAPESEED MEALS DETERMINED IN TWO LABORATORIES

@article{Muztar1978METABOLIZABLEEC,
  title={METABOLIZABLE ENERGY CONTENT OF TOWER AND CANDLE RAPESEEDS AND RAPESEED MEALS DETERMINED IN TWO LABORATORIES},
  author={A. Jabbar Muztar and S. J. Slinger and H. J. A. Likuski},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Animal Science},
  year={1978},
  volume={58},
  pages={485-492}
}
True metabolizable energy (TME) of soybean meal and rapeseed products was determined in two laboratories by feeding the ingredients singly or mixed with a basal diet. Apparent metabolizable energy (AME) was also determined on the same samples and the values compared with TME. TME results between the two laboratories agreed well for the soybean meal and rapeseed meals obtained either by feeding the ingredients alone or with the assay diet, but with whole rapeseeds there was wide disagreement… Expand
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