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Effect of feeding rapeseed oilmeals with different proportions of antinutritive substances on performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs, while safeguarding iodine requirements



Effect of feeding rapeseed oilmeals with different proportions of antinutritive substances on performance and thyroid hormone status of growing pigs, while safeguarding iodine requirements



Tierernahrung und Futterung 16: 130-138



For 56 days, 64 crossbred pigs were given ad libitum diets containing 12% soyabean oilmeal (SBM) or with SBM partly or completely replaced by 8% rapeseed oilmeal (RSM) high in glucosinolates or 8 or 16% low-glucosinolate RSM. Weight gain, feed intake and feed conversion efficiency were better with low- than with high-glucosinolate RSM. Addition of iodine 0.25 mg/kg feed, alone or with zinc 150 mg, had no effect.

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