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Cyanogenic and goitrogenic factors in pig nutrition



Cyanogenic and goitrogenic factors in pig nutrition



Pig News and Information 10(1): 19-23



This review discusses the toxicity and goitrogenic properties of cyanogenic glycosides and lipids in pigs and details cyanogenic/goitrogenic feeds including cassava, rubber seed meal, rapeseed meal, soyabeans and sorghum.

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