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Selection of feeds containing rapeseed meals with differing amounts of glucosinolates by growing pigs


Selection of feeds containing rapeseed meals with differing amounts of glucosinolates by growing pigs



Agribiological Research 43(3): 260-270



In 5 experimental periods, 5 days each, 16 pigs were given a choice between low glucosinolate (LG) (glucosinolates + aglucones 48 mmol/kg DM) and high glucosinolate (HG) rapeseed oilmeal (glucosinolates + aglucones 136 mmol/kg DM) and between each rapeseed oilmeal and soyabean (SBM). Treatment with Cusuperscript 2+, which decresaed glucosinolates + aglucones to <15%, was included. In each period pigs daily selected both diets similarly and did not learn an aversion.

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