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Effect of levels of energy in the ration on productive and reproductive capacity of gilts and sows. 6. Bodyweight, feed utilization and reproductive capacity of gilts and sows through three farrowings of the second generation



Effect of levels of energy in the ration on productive and reproductive capacity of gilts and sows. 6. Bodyweight, feed utilization and reproductive capacity of gilts and sows through three farrowings of the second generation



Zbornik Radova Institut za Stocarstvo Novi Sad 6: 117-130



For part 5 see NAR 43, 732.6. In 2 trials 217 and 299 gilts were studied at first farrowing, 160 and 209 sows at second and 93 and 126 at third farrowing. The plan of study was described in the earlier papers and was such that rations supplying 100% of the NRC-NAS (NAR 39, 3907) recommended allowance of energy were compared with those supplying 80 or 60%, either during pregnancy alone or during both pregnancy and lactation.

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