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Different proportions of fat (groundnut oil) in diets for growing and finishing pigs in relation to crude protein content. 1. Effect on digestibility of energy and nitrogen constituents and on retention of nitrogen


Different proportions of fat (groundnut oil) in diets for growing and finishing pigs in relation to crude protein content. 1. Effect on digestibility of energy and nitrogen constituents and on retention of nitrogen



Annales de Zootechnie 22(2): 167-184



1. An experiment was done with 18 castrated male Large White pigs of initial mean liveweight 25 kg to study the effects of fat and protein contents of the diet on apparent digestibility of energy and protein and N retention during 5 successive periods of collection and on final body composition at 86 kg. The pigs were given, factorially, 2, 12 or 22% groundnut oil and 12 or 16% fish protein, in semipurified diets containing maize starch.

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