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Influence of variety and site of cultivation on the nutritive value of rapeseed meal for growing pigs

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 November 2017

R.J. Lambert
Affiliation:
Faculty of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU
M. Ellis
Affiliation:
Faculty of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU
R. Smithard
Affiliation:
Faculty of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU
M. Davis
Affiliation:
Faculty of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, The University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU
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Glucosinolate levels are thought to be the major factor limiting the use of rapeseed meals in pig diets. The greatest differences In glucoslnolate content between samples of rapeseed appear to be attributable to variety and site of cultivation. A growing pig feeding trial was set up to Investigate varietal and site differences in the nutritive value of different rapeseed meals.

Rapeseed of the double low varieties Tapidor, Cobra, Libravo and Ariana were obtained from each of two sites (High Mowthorpe EHF, North Yorkshire and Bridgets EHF, Hampshire) where agronomic practices at both sites were very similar. These materials were solvent extracted to yield eight rapeseed meals of commercial type.

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Copyright © The British Society of Animal Production 1992

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Davis, H., Ellis, M. and Smithard, R. (1990). Effect of dietary inclusion level of low glucosinolate rapeseed meal on growing pig performance. Anim. Prod. 50 (3): 588 (Abst.)Google Scholar

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