Meal Research Projects - Poultry

2.2 Canola Meal in Poultry Diets:

New low-fiber Canola. Part 2: Nutritive value of Brassica napus and Brassica juncea meals for broiler chickens and turkeys 
M. Radfar, A. Rogiewicz, D. Mikulski, K. Kozlowski, J. Jankowski, Z. Zdunczyk, R. Patterson, and B.A. Slominski
University of Manitoba,University of Warmia and Mazury, Polish Academy of Sciences, Canadian Bio-Systems Inc.

Chemical composition and nutritive value of dehulled canola meal for broiler chickens
G. Mejicanos, A. Rogiewicz, C.M. Nyachoti and B.A. Slominski
University of Manitoba

Effect of different dietary levels of low-glucosinolate rapeseed (canola) meal and non-starch polysaccharide-degrading enzymes on growth performance and gut physiology of growing turkeys
Z. Zduńczyk, J. Jankowski, J. Juśkiewicz, D. Mikulski, B. A. Slominski
Polish Academy of Sciences, University of Warmia and Mazury, University of Manitoba

Chemical composition and nutritive value of Brassica juncea canola for poultry and the effect of enzyme supplementation
M. Radfar, A. Rogiewicz, D. Hickling, and B. A. Slominski
University of Manitoba and Canola Council of Canada

Factors that affect the nutritive value of canola meal for poultry
F. Khajali and B. A. Slominski
Shahrekord University and University of Manitoba

Low-fiber canola. Part 1. Chemical and nutritive composition of the meal.
B. A. Slominski, W. Jia, A. Rogiewicz, CM. Nyachoti, D. Hickling
University of Manitoba and Canola Council of Canada