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Voluntary food intake of growing pigs given diets containing rapeseed meal, from different types and varieties of rape, as the only protein supplement
British Journal of Nutrition
1. The voluntary food intake, during 30 min periods after morning and afternoon feeds and during 24 h, by growing pigs given diets containing rapeseed meal (Rsm) or soya-bean meal (Sbm) as the only protein supplement was determined. One diet was offered at a time and a daily changeover sequence of feeding was followed. 2. Four rapeseed meals were compared, one from seeds of British-grown winter Brussica nupus varieties (Brsm) and the others from seeds of the varieties Tower (Trsm), Erglu (Ersmjdoi:10.1079/bjn19830137 pmid:6639926 fatcat:5a64y3tz3zglfmhyh7obgm2jgu