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Effect of different levels of energy in the ration on productivity and breeding capacity of gilts and sows. 2. Effect of energy to protein ratio on digestibility and retention of nitrogen in pregnant gilts and sows


Effect of different levels of energy in the ration on productivity and breeding capacity of gilts and sows. 2. Effect of energy to protein ratio on digestibility and retention of nitrogen in pregnant gilts and sows



Zbornik Radova Institut za Stocarstvo Novi Sad 4: 117-123



2. The 3 planes of feeding described in part 1 were imposed on gilts and on sows during the second pregnancy and balance studies on groups of 3 on each treatment were made at 30 and 90 days of gestation; preliminary periods were of 5 and collection periods of 4 days. The differences in energy concentration and energy:protein ratio did not significantly affect digestibility of the diets.

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