+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Copper, iron and managanese supplementation of pig diets containing either soybean meal or low glucosinolate rapeseed meal



Copper, iron and managanese supplementation of pig diets containing either soybean meal or low glucosinolate rapeseed meal



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 54(3): 481-493



Crossbred pigs in 19 groups of 4 were given diets with soya bean oilmeal, low-glucosinolate rapeseed meal (Brassica napus cv Bronowski) or both, from 6 to 77 kg liveweight. Each type of protein was given with 10, 135 or 210 mg Cu/kg, continued to slaughter or stopped at 40 kg liveweight. Diets had 112 mg Fe and 37 mg Mn/kg except 2 groups getting 10 and 210 mg Cu/kg which were given 153 mg Fe/kg and 118 mg Mn/kg. At 18.5 kg 21 gilts and 21 barrows were used for balance studies.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 000051792

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Copper and iodine in pig diets with high glucosinolate rapeseed meal. 3. Treatment of rapeseed meal with copper, and the effect of iodine supplementation on trace element status and some related blood (serum) parameters. Animal Feed Science and Technology 30(1-2): 143-154, 1990

Copper and zinc supplementation of pig diets containing soybean meal or rapeseed meal (Brassica campestris cv. Span). Canadian Journal of Animal Science 54(3): 363-372, 1974

Effects of added rapeseed gums in chick diets containing soybean meal or low erucic acid low glucosinolate rapeseed meal. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 58(1): 111-114, 1978

Effects Of Added Rapeseed Gums In Chick Diets Containing Soybean Meal Or Low-Erucic Acid, Low Glucosinolate, Rapeseed Meal. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 58(1): 111-113, 1978

Copper and iodine in pig diets with high glucosinolate rapeseed meal. I. Performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs fed on a diet with rapeseed meal treated with copper sulphate solution or untreated and supplements of iodine, copper or a quinoxaline derivative. Animal Feed Science and Technology 22(1): 33-43, 1988

Copper and iodine in pig diets with high glucosinolate rapeseed meal i. performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs fed on a diet with rapeseed meal treated with copper sulfate solution or untreated and supplements of iodine copper or a quinoxaline derivative. Animal Feed Science and Technology 22(1-2): 33-44, 1988

Copper and iodine in pig diets with high glucosinolate rapeseed meal. 1. Performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs fed on a diet with rapeseed meal treated with copper sulphate solution or untreated and supplements of iodine, copper or a quinoxaline derivative. Animal Feed Science and Technology 22(1-2): 33-43, 1988

Copper and iodine in pig diets with high glucosinolate rapeseed meal. Ii. Influence of iodine supplements for rations with rapeseed meal untreated or treated with copper ions on performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs. Animal Feed Science and Technology 22(1-2): 45-59, 1988

Copper and iodine in pig diets with high glucosinolate rapeseed meal. 2. Influence of iodine supplements for rations with rapeseed meal untreated or treated with copper ions on performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs. Animal Feed Science and Technology 22(1-2): 45-59, 1988

Effects Of Virginiamycin On The Performance Of Pigs Fed Barley Diets Supplemented With Soybean Meal Or Low-Glucosinolate Rapeseed Meal. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 57(2): 313-320, 1977

Effects of virginiamycin on the performance of pigs fed barley diets supplemented with soybean meal or low glucosinolate rapeseed meal. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 57(2): 313-320, 1977

Comparison of low glucosinolate rapeseed meal, commercial rapeseed meal and soybean meal as protein supplements for growing pigs. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 54(4): 679-685, 1974

Dehulled low glucosinolate rapeseed meal as a substitute for soybean meal in diets of starting-growing pigs (experiment 488-fall, 1973). Summer 24 46-49, 1974

Comparison of low glucosinolate low erucic acid rapeseed meal cultivar tower commercial rapeseed meal and soybean meal as sources of protein for starting growing and finishing pigs and young rats. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 57(4): 663-678, 1977

Growth performance and lysine utilization of broilers fed diets containing soybean meal, rapeseed meal, linseed meal, cottonseed meal and fish meal. Korean Journal of Animal Nutrition & Feedstuffs 19(4): 255-260, 1995