Volatile compound content and fatty acid composition of pork as influenced by linoleic acid content of the diet.

@article{Larick1992VolatileCC,
  title={Volatile compound content and fatty acid composition of pork as influenced by linoleic acid content of the diet.},
  author={D. K. Larick and B. E. Turner and William D Schoenherr and Michael T. Coffey and Dwain H. Pilkington},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1992},
  volume={70 5},
  pages={1397-403}
}
Eighty pigs (average weight of 60 kg) were allotted by weight and sex to pens and treatments. There were four dietary treatments, five pens per treatment, and four pigs per pen. Diets consisted of a typical corn-soybean mix containing 9% total fat, 3% from the corn-soybean mix and 6% added. The four dietary treatments included 1) 6% safflower oil, 2) 4% safflower oil and 2% tallow, 3) 2% safflower oil and 4% tallow, and 4) 6% tallow, resulting in 6.1, 4.6, 3.2, and 1.76% linoleic acid… CONTINUE READING
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