Advertisement

Tropical Animal Health and Production

, Volume 27, Issue 2, pp 127–128 | Cite as

Performance of weaner pigs fed diets containing cottonseed oil by-products in Ghana

  • S. W. A. Rhule
Short Communication

Keywords

Public Health Veterinary Medicine 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

References

  1. Abu, A. A., Okai, D. B. &Tuah, A. K. (1984). Oil palm slurry as a potential replacement for maize in the diets of growing finishing pigs.Nutrition Reports International,30, 121–127.Google Scholar
  2. Balios, J., Dotas, D. &Papadopoulos, H. (1992). Effect of partial replacement of soyabean meal by cottonseed meal with the addition of synthetic lysine on the digestibility of pig diets.Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews (Series B)62, 117.Google Scholar
  3. Craig, W. M. &Broderick, G. A. (1981). Effect of heat treatment on true digestibility in the rat,in vitro proteolysis and available lysine content of cottonseed meal protein.Journal of Animal Science,52, 292–301.PubMedGoogle Scholar
  4. Fetuga, B. L., Babatunde, G. M. &Oyenuga, V. A. (1975). Protein levels in diets of European pigs in the tropics. 2. The effect of lysine and methionine supplementation on the protein requirement of growing pigs.Animal Production,20, 147–157.Google Scholar
  5. Larue, D. C., Knabe, D. A. &Tanskley, T. D. Jr. (1985). Commercial processed glandless cottonseed meal for starter, grower and finisher swine.Journal of Animal Science,60, 495–502.Google Scholar
  6. Lekule, F. P., Homb, T. &Katagile, J. A. (1982). Optimum inclusion of coconut meal in growing-finishing pig diets.East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal,48, 19–24.Google Scholar
  7. Lettner, F. (1986). Use of high-energy rations for fattening pigs.Pig News and Information,7, 364.Google Scholar
  8. Lu, Y. Z. &Wen, D. Y. (1986). Effect of energy and protein levels and their interactions on the fattening performance of store pigs.Pig News and Information,7, 102–103.Google Scholar
  9. Ocampo Duran, A., Castro, C. E. &Alfanso, L. C. (1991). Determination of optimal levels of protein when using African palm residue as the energy source in diets for fattening pigs.Nutritional Abstract Reviews (Series B),61, 55.Google Scholar
  10. Okai, D. B. &Bonsi, M. L. K. (1989). Sheanut cake as a substitute for maize in the diet of growing gilts.Journal of the University of Science and Technology 9(2), 45–50.Google Scholar
  11. Papadopoulos, G. &Ziras, E. (1987). Nutrient composition of Greek cottonseed meal.Animal Feed Science and Technology,18, 295–301.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Centre for Tropical Veterinany Medicine 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. W. A. Rhule
    • 1
  1. 1.Animal Research InstituteAchimotaGhana

Personalised recommendations