Seed entry: My Great Big List of Studies - Intro
My Great Big List of Studies: Entry 1 – Aalhus et al 2003
The Biofortified group referenced this entry as
"Aalhus, J.L., M.E.R. Dugan, K.A. Lien, I.L. Larsen, F. Costello, D.C. Roland, D.R. Best and R.D. Thacker, 2003, Effects of feeding glyphosate-tolerant canola meal on swine growth, carcass composition and meat quality. Journal of Animal Science, 81:3267" 
I found a link for it here. 
While a full study had been conducted, this was an abstract with very little information, presented in 2003. Primarily an animal production study on pigs, the investigation assessed pig growth as well as meat quality, colour, texture, fat etc using Monsanto's GM Roundup Ready Canola (GT73) - it was not a human health and safety study.
The full study was eventually written up as a full text in 2007 under a different lead author (Caine W.R.) and under a different title "Growth performance, carcass characteristics and pork quality of pigs fed diets containing meal from conventional or glyphosate-tolerant canola". In fact this study is included as a separate item on the Biofortified GENERA list at number 66, identified as
"Caine, W.R., J.L. Aalhus, M.E.R. Dugan, K.A. Lien, I.L. Larsen, F. Costello, T.A. McAllister, K. Stanford, and R. Sharma. 2007. Growth performance, carcass characteristics and pork quality of pigs fed diets containing meal from conventional or glyphosate-tolerant canola. Can. J. Anim. Sci. 87:517-526"
So I think we'll call this a double entry, and they actually have only 599 studies. :)
[More detail on how the pork chops were assessed for marbling and grilled when I review the full text] UPDATE: To counter possible misunderstanding: I have read the full text of this study but will report on it, in order, when I get to Entry 66.
Nonetheless, despite being only an abstract entry, I had done a large amount of research behind this abstract a few years ago, formally documenting it in the public space in a detailed report for the then Australian Minister for Agriculture, Tony Burke:
"Summary and Guide to animal feeding studies reporting to use products of Monsanto's GM RR canola (line GT73)". Skip the first two pages (intro letter). http://www.madge.org.au/Docs/Rev-GM-RR-Canola-Animal-Studies-for-Tony-Burke.pdf
The trial feed was Monsanto's GM Roundup Ready Canola [GT73], first at 7.5% of feed, then at 15%. Monsanto had supplied both the GM feed and the non-GM comparison feed for a control group of pigs. Two other control groups were fed on commercial canola. The authors reported mostly equivalent production outcomes for the pigs fed on the GM canola and non-GM comparison, though reported significant differences to the pigs fed on commercial feed.
After comparing the results of this pig trial with results from other GM canola production studies I concluded that farmers shouldn't feed their pigs with feed supplied by Monsanto, whether GM or not. So much doubt lies in the quality and integrity of the feed supplied as to raise doubt about the quality and relevance of the findings - see the report.