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Digestibility and feeding value of frost-damaged canola seed (low glucosinolate rapeseed) for growing pigs



Digestibility and feeding value of frost-damaged canola seed (low glucosinolate rapeseed) for growing pigs



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 65(3): 735-743



Pigs, weight 57 kg, were given blended canola seed (Brassica napus), Regent, 20, 45 and 65% frost-damaged, with a basal diet of barley, wheat and soyabean meal. The seed was given whole, ground, pelleted and ammoniated. The seed contained crude protein 18-20, ether extract 22-35% and gross energy 21.7-24.5 MJ/kg. Glucosinolate was 15-33 mu mol/g, on an oil-free basis.

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