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Evaluation of solvent extracted meals from winter rapeseed differing in the glucosinolate content in pigs with regard to iodine supply. 3. Apparent digestibility of crude nutrients, particularly carbohydrates and N-balance



Evaluation of solvent extracted meals from winter rapeseed differing in the glucosinolate content in pigs with regard to iodine supply. 3. Apparent digestibility of crude nutrients, particularly carbohydrates and N-balance



Archives of Animal Nutrition 42(1): 11-24



In 2 digestibility and nitrogen balance experiments groups of 4 gilts, fitted with urinary catheters during 5 days' collection, were given diets based on solvent extracted meals in a grain (barley and wheat 1:1) or a starch diet: 48% soyabean meal (SBM) (1), 24% conventional rapeseed meal (RSM) (2), 24 (3) or 48% (4) RSM from a new low glucosinolate cultivar with grain, or 48% low glucosinolate RSM (5) and 48% SBM (6) with starch.

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