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Swine Nutrition and Feed Technology
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 1991;4(1): 47-57.
https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.1991.47    Published online March 1, 1991.
Effects of ammoniation, iodination and supplementation of avoparcin on the nutritional value of rapeseed meals
I. K. Paik, J. S. Chung, M. S. An, J. S. Um, H. Namkung
Supplementation of iodine at the level of 3.5mg/kg reduced weight gain of the rats fed rapeseed oil meal (ROM) diets. Treatment of ROM with ammonia at the level of 2 or 4% tended to increase metabolizable energy value and availability of dry matter, crude protein and crude ash of ROM in the chicken. Potential goitrin level of ROM was reduced by ammoniation at 6% level, while the level of potential isothiocyanates was increased by ammoniation. Treatment of ROM with ammonia at the level of 3% and above reduced weight gain of the chickens fed treated ROMs. Weight of thyroid glands of the birds increased as the level of ammoniation of ROM increased. Supplementation of Avoparcin to the diets containing ROM improved weight gain and dressing percentage of the broiler chickens.
Keywords: Rapeseed Meal; Ammoniation; Glucosinolates; Avoparcin; Rats; Broilers

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