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Effect of different levels of energy in the ration on productivity and breeding capacity of gilts and sows. 1. Bodyweight, feed utilisation and reproductive capacity of gilts



Effect of different levels of energy in the ration on productivity and breeding capacity of gilts and sows. 1. Bodyweight, feed utilisation and reproductive capacity of gilts



Zbornik Radova Institut za Stocarstvo Novi Sad 4: 97-115



1. The study on 7 large pig farms in Vojvodina began with 776 gilts of which 551 remained after weaning of the first litter at 42 days of age. Three planes of energy feeding were selected, 100, 80 and 60% of the United States NRC recommended allowances of 1964 (Abst. 5239, Vol. 36); in one variant those planes were imposed only during pregnancy and feeding was the same for all groups during lactation, in the second variant they were maintained throughout.

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