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Effect of feeding on rapeseed meals with varying amounts of antithyroid compounds on vitamin A status of growing pigs given varying supply of iodine


Effect of feeding on rapeseed meals with varying amounts of antithyroid compounds on vitamin A status of growing pigs given varying supply of iodine



Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 61(2-3): 57-67



ISSN/ISBN: 0931-2439

A basal diet used in 3 trials with 92 growing pigs contained 12.5% extracted soyabean meal (SBM), 46% barley, 39.5% wheat and 1% of a mineral-and-vitamin mixture. In trial 1, pigs were given the basal diet or basal diet containing 5.5% SBM and 8% high-glucosinolate rapeseed meal (RSM; with over 1% goitrin) without or with iodine 0.1 mg/kg diet. All groups received vitamin A at 1500 IU/kg diet. Trial 2 was like trial 1, except that the I supplement was doubled.

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