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Response of chicks to the feeding of different rapeseed oils and rapeseed oil fractions



Response of chicks to the feeding of different rapeseed oils and rapeseed oil fractions



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 57(1): 137-140



Growth rates of chicks and efficiency of feed utilization were similar when the diet contained 4% of rapseed oil or maize oil in one experiment or 10% of rapeseed oil or soya bean oil in a second experiment. Gums from high or low erucic acid rapeseed at 4 to 5% of diet resulted in growth rates and feed efficiency similar to those obtained with the oils.

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