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In order to satisfy the need for protein resources, other materials such as rapeseed meal (Baidoo et al., 1987; Brand et al., 2001; Opalkal et al., 2001; Zhang et al., 2012), cottonseed meal (Noland et al., 1968; Tanksley et al., 1981) and peanut meal (Batal et al., 2005; Sulabo et al., 2013) have been used to replace SBM in the feed industry.
(1996) observed a decrease in EPD of rapeseed meal measured in situ from 730 g/kg in untreated meal to 150 g/kg in meal heated to 150[degrees]C.
The rapeseed meal of RSM-WP, RSM-WP1 and the protein-rich rapeseed meal production of RSM-WPN were produced by the Hubei Weipu Biological Technology Company.
(2011) also reported a significantly increased daily FI of ducks fed fermented rapeseed meal during the entire feeding period.
In China, rapeseed meal is the preferred alternative (Chiang et al., 2010).
(1980) showed that microwaving of rapeseed meal (98.7% DM) for 2.5 min at 2,450 MHz decomposed glucosinolate by 37%.
Rapeseed meal is a coarse powdery material, produced from rapeseed cake after a series of preparatory physical processes followed by multi-stage extraction of its oil under hygienically controlled conditions.
Hojjati said Iranian poultry farmers had responded well to a government initiative to replace rapeseed meal with other feed items, adding that the transition had helped chicken growers to maintain output at normal levels despite difficulties existing in the supply market.
Therefore protected rapeseed meal such as UltraPro R can be used which at approximately 70 per cent bypass exceeds soya's 40 per cent level.
China imposes a number of Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures (SPS) and Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) on import of cherry, mangoes, rice, rapeseed meal and citrus fruits from Pakistan on the basis of food safety and health.