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Table 1 Ingredients and chemical compositions of experimental diets

From: Degummed crude canola oil, sire breed and gender effects on intramuscular long-chain omega-3 fatty acid properties of raw and cooked lamb meat

  Concentrate 1 (Added DCCO) Concentrate 2 (no added DCCO) Lucerne hay
Ingredients %
 Barley - 25.87 -
 Wheat 21% 17.00 25.00 -
 Mill mix 21.18 20.17 -
 Paddy rice 28.00 7.26 -
 Lupins - 16.00 -
 Canola meal 15.44 - -
 Canola oil 5.00 - -
 GOMF 8.00 - -
 Limestone 37% 1.774 2.09 -
 Ammonium sulphate 1.25 1.25 -
 Salt 1.00 1.00 -
 Acid buff 0.625 0.625 -
 Sodium bicarb 0.625 0.625 -
 Sheep premix 0.10 0.10 -
 Bovatec 20% 0.01 0.01 -
Proximate composition a
 DM 91.8 90.9 85.6
 CP 12.7 10.4 17.0
 ADF 8.0 9.0 44.9
 NDF 20.0 21.1 55.2
 EE 6.2 2.1 1.5
 Ash 9.7 8.9 6.8
 TDN 75.7 72.0 55.4
 ME (MJ/kg) 12.1 11.4 8.4
Fatty acid (% TFA) b
 16:0 26.1 32.1 -
 18:0 3.8 3.8 -
 18:1ω9 41.9 16.5 -
 18:2ω6 6.9 17.7 -
 18:3ω3 0.5 1.6 -
 ∑SFA 38.6 41.2 -
 ∑MUFA 48.7 23.3 -
 ∑PUFA 35.0 12.6 -
 ∑ω6 20.1 10.2 -
 ∑ω3 14.9 0.9 -
  1. a%DM (percentage dry matter), CP (crude protein), ADF (acid detergent fibre), NDF (neutral detergent fiber), EE (ether extractable fat), TDN (total digestible nutrients), ME (metabolisable energy). b ∑SFA is the sum total of 14:0, 15:0, 16:0, 17:0, 18:0, i15:0, a15:0, i16:0, 16:0FALD, i17:0, i18:0, 18:0FALD, 20:0, 22:0, 23:0, 24:0. ∑MUFA is the sum total of 16:1ω7c, 18:1ω9c, 18:1ω7c, 18:1ω7t, 14:1, 16:1ω9c, 16:1ω7t, 16:1ω5c, 16:1ω13t, 17:1ω8c + a17:0, 17:1, 18:1a, 18:1b, 18:1c, 19:1a, 19:1b, 18:1FALD, 20:1ω11c, 20:1ω9c, 20:1ω7c, 20:1ω5c, 22:1ω11c, 22:1ω9c, 24:1ω9c. ∑PUFA is the sum total of 18:2ω6, 18:3ω3, 20:4ω6, 20:5ω3, 22:6ω3, 22:5ω3, 18:3ω6, 18:4ω3, 18:2ω6CLAa, 18:2ω6CLAb, 18:2ω6CLAc, 20:3, 20:3ω6, 20:4ω3, 20:2ω6, 22:5ω6, 22:4ω6. ∑ω6 = is the combined sum total of 18:2ω6, 20:4ω6, 18:3ω6, 20:3ω6, 20:2ω6, 22:5ω6, 22:4ω6. ∑ω3 = is the combined sum total of 18:3ω3, 20:5ω3, 22:6ω3, 22:5ω3, 18:4ω3, 20:4ω3. Proximate analysis and determination of fatty acid composition of experimental concentrate diets was performed by Otto, et al. [23]