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Net Energy Content Of Canola Meal And Full-fat Canola Seeds In Swine

The project aimed to estimate the net energy (NE) content of canola meal (CM) and full-fat canola seeds (FFCS) in swine and to validate these values, through growth studies using diets containing graded levels of CM or FFCS. No difference in average daily gain and feed conversion ratio was observed between the treatments. This confirms that the estimation of the NE content (CM 2.41 and FFCS 3.53 Mcal/kg DM) was correct and that it is possible to formulate balanced diets for growing pigs that contain up to 15% FFCS and 22.5% CM.

Net Energy Content of Canola Meal and Full-Fat Canola

Source : Prairie Swine Centre