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Comparison of fat rate in different oil types 1. Flaxseed oil, 2. Canola oil, 3. Safflower oil, 4. Sunflower oil, 5. Corn oil, 6. Olive oil, 7. Soybean oil, 8. Peanut oil, 9. Cottonseed oil, 10. Lard, 11. Beef tallow, 12. Palm oil, 13. Butterfat, 14. Coconut oil.
Canola and soya cake. It can be used both as fuel and as forage for domestic birds.
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Fats A type of lipid: a fatty substance that does not dissolve in water.
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