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Physiological aspects of using rapeseed oilmeal in fattening broiler chickens


, : Physiological aspects of using rapeseed oilmeal in fattening broiler chickens. Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka Rada Rada B, Zivocisna Vyroba ( 51): 17-30

Broiler chickens were fed on a diet of mixed feeds containing soyabean oilmeal, or that diet with 8.5, 17 or 34% of the soyabean oilmeal replaced by rapeseed oilmeal (ROM) from "OO" Tandem rape variety. In another trial, ROM replaced 0, 3 or 5% soyabean oilmeal in a feed mixture, BR1. At the 17 and 34% substitution, ROM significantly increased liver weight and in both trials, slightly enlarged the thyroid gland, the increase being related to the amount of ROM in the diet.

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