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Performance of growing-finishing pigs fed barley-based diets containing toasted or non-toasted canola meal



Performance of growing-finishing pigs fed barley-based diets containing toasted or non-toasted canola meal



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 85(1): 53-59



Eighty crossbred pigs (28.7+or-3.9 kg BW) were assigned to one of five dietary treatments in a factorial design experiment (sex x treatment). The control diet was formulated using barley and soybean meal, while four experimental diets were formulated with either toasted or non-toasted canola meal replacing either half or all of the soybean meal in the test diets.

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