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When it comes to canola meal, the goal of the Canola Council of Canada is to get things right. That means investing in research to determine the feeding value of canola meal, and providing producers and nutritionists with accurate information so you can make accurate decisions. Because with this research, you can reduce costs and waste and receive the benefits of a power-packed protein.

Through the Council’s ongoing research, the nutrient profile of canola meal has become clearly defined, and has provided the livestock industry with a great alternative for ration protein sources.

Research including canola meal is conducted across the world. Learn about some of the most recent studies below.


DAIRY

Canola Meal versus Soybean Meal in Dairy Cow Diets
Kenneth. F. Kalscheur, USDA-ARS, U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison, WI
Spencer A. E. Moore, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Why All The Hype About Feeding Canola Meal?
Essi Evans presentation at the 2015 TriState Dairy Nutrition Conference

The Real Value of Canola Meal
Essi Evans presentation at Cornell Nutrition Conference

Impacts of feeding ruminally protected phenylalanine and/or methionine to early lactation cows fed diets containing high levels of canola meal.
N. Swanepoel* P. H. Robinson, and L. J. Erasmus. 2014.

Ruminal degradability and intestinal digestibility of protein and amino acids in canola meal.
N. Jayasinghe*, K. F. Kalscheur, J. L. Anderson, and D. P. Casper. 2014.

Effect of inclusion of canola meal or wheat dried distillers grains with solubles on ruminal fermentation, omasal nutrient flow, and production performance in lactating Holstein dairy cows fed two levels of forage: concentrate.
M. E. Walpole, G. E. Chibisa, and T. Mutsvangwa*. 2014.

Effects of feeding canola meal (CM) and wheat dried distillers grains with solubles (W-DDGS) as the major protein source in low or high crude protein diets on ruminal nitrogen utilization, omasal nutrient flow, and milk production in dairy cows.
T. Mutsvangwa* and K. Doranalli. 2014.

Effects of supplementing rumen-protected met and lys on diets containing soybean meal or canola meal in lactating dairy cows.
G. A. Broderick* and A. Faciola. 2014.

Determination of the optimum dietary forage concentration when using canola meal as a primary protein source in lactating dairy cow diets
A.M. Schuler, K.F. Kalscheur, D.P. Casper and J.L. Anderson

Effects of replacing soybean meal with canola meal for lactating dairy cows fed three different ratios of alfalfa to corn silage
A.P. Faciola and G.A. Broderick

Lactation performance of cows fed soybean meal or canola meal supplements
F.E. Contreras-Govea, S. Bertics, G.A. Broderick, A.P. Faciola and L.E. Armentano

The optimal ratio of canola meal and dried distillers grain proteins in high-producing Holstein cow diets
N.S. Swanepoel, P.H. Robinson and L.J. Erasmus

Response to different concentrations and sources of dietary protein on blood urea nitrogen concentrations and plasma amino acid utilization for milk production
I.P. Acharya, D.J. Schingoethe, K.F. Kalscheur and D.P. Casper

Determining the optimal ratio of canola meal to corn distillers dried grain protein as the primary supplemental protein for high producing dairy cows
N. Swanepoel, P.H. Robinson, L.J. Erasmus

Feeding canola meal to dairy cows: A meta-analysis on lactational responses suggests underestimation of metabolizable protein supply by NRC (2001)
R. Martineau, D.R. Ouellet and H. Lapierre

In situ ruminal degradability of soybean meal (SBM), canola meal (CM), and corn or wheat dried distillers grains (DDG)
G. Maxin, D.R. OUellet and H. Lapierre


POULTRY

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


SWINE

Nutrient digestibility and growth performance of pigs fed diets with different levels of canola meal from Brassica napus black and Brassica juncea yellow
N. Sanjayan, J. M. Heo, and C. M. Nyachoti
University of Manitoba and Chungnam National University

Determination of the net energy content of canola meal from Brassica napus yellow and Brassica juncea yellow fed to growing pigs using indirect calorimetry
Heo JM, Adewole D, Nyachoti M.
Chungnam National University and University of Manitoba

NONRUMINANT NUTRITION SYMPOSIUM: Controlling feed cost by including alternative ingredients in pig diets: A review
T. A. Woyengo, E. Beltranena, and R. T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Nutrient digestibility and growth performance with pigs fed diets with different levels of canola meal from Brassica napus black and Brassica juncea yellow
N. Sanjayan, J.M. Heo and C.M. Nyachoti
University of Manitoba

The effect of feeding solvent-extracted juncea canola meal on growth performance and diet nutrient digestibility of weaned pigs
J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena and R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Feed preference of nursery pigs fed diets with soybean meal, napus canola meal or juncea canola meal
J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena and R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Energy and amino acid digestibility of expeller-pressed canola meal and cold-pressed canola cake in ileal-cannulated finishing pigs
F. Grageola, J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena, M. Cervantes, A. Araiza, R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California

Diet nutrient digestibility and growth performance of weaned pigs fed solvent-extracted Brassica juncea canola meal
J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena, R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Growth performance and preference studies to evaluate solvent-extracted Brassica napus or Brassica juncea canola meal fed to weaned pigs
J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena and R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Digestibility energy and amino acids of canola meal from two species (Brassica juncea and Brassica napus) fed to distal ileum cannulated grower pigs
M. H. A. Le, A. D. G. Buchet, E. Beltranena, W. J. J. Gerrits, and R. T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta, Wageningen University, and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Effects of feeding high- and low-fibre fractions of air-classified, solvent-extracted canola meal on diet nutrient digestibility and growth performance of weaned pigs
X. Zhou, M.A. Oryschak, R.T. Zijlstra, E. Beltranena
University of Alberta and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

Ileal amino acid digestibility in canola meals from yellow- and black-seeded Brassica napus and Brassica juncea fed to growing pigs
M. A. Trindade Neto, F. O. Opepaju, B. A. Slominski, and C. M. Nyachoti
University of Manitoba

The effect of feeding solvent-extracted canola meal on growth performance and diet nutrient digestibility in weaned pigs
J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena, M. Cervantes, A. Morales, R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development

The effect of feeding expeller-pressed canola meal on growth performance and diet nutrient digestibility in weaned pigs
J.L. Landero, E. Beltranena, M. Cervantes, A.B. Araiza, R.T. Zijlstra
University of Alberta, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development