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Effect of different levels of energy in the ration on productivity and breeding capacity of gilts and sows. 4. Bodyweight, feed utilisation and reproductive character of sows at the second and third farrowing of the first generation



Effect of different levels of energy in the ration on productivity and breeding capacity of gilts and sows. 4. Bodyweight, feed utilisation and reproductive character of sows at the second and third farrowing of the first generation



Zbornik Radova Institut za Stocarstvo Novi Sad 5: 93-106



4. The study was that described in part 1 and on all 7 farms was extended to a total of 413 sows at the second farrowing but on only 3 farms to 99 sows at the third. As before, the 3 planes of energy were imposed only during pregnancy in the first variant, throughout pregnancy and lactation in the second. The substantial differences in feed intake led to surprisingly smaller differences in the sows.

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