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Using canola meal in growing draft horse diets



Using canola meal in growing draft horse diets



Equine Practice 12(4): 13, 16-19



Weanling draught horses were fed on basal, canola rapeseed meal, or soyabean meal-supplemented diets containing 11.8, 16.0 or 16.8% crude protein and 0.45, 0.75 or 0.75% lysine, respectively. Between 6 and 8 months old, foals fed on the basal diet grew more slowly than those fed on the protein-supplemented diets. However, the basal diet supplied sufficient protein for growth of foals older than 10 months.

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