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Modification of the unsaturated:saturated ratio of pork fat by feeding growing-finishing swine diets containing canola oil and supplemented with 250 ppm copper. 3. Effect on carcass fat fatty acid composition



Modification of the unsaturated:saturated ratio of pork fat by feeding growing-finishing swine diets containing canola oil and supplemented with 250 ppm copper. 3. Effect on carcass fat fatty acid composition



Annual Swine Field Day 35: 84-90



From 27 kg, 180 crossbred pigs were fed on maize-soyabean meal diets without or with 5 or 10% canola rapeseed oil without or with supplementary copper 250 mg/kg. Feeding canola oil reduced (P<0.01) total saturated fatty acids and increased (P<0.01) mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids in carcass fat. Pigs given 5% canola oil had softer (P<0.01) carcass fat than controls but firmer (P<0.01) carcass fat than those given 10% canola oil.

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