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Effect of restricted feeding of pregnant sows and of ad libitum feeding of suckling sows compared with the effect of standard feeding on general performance



Effect of restricted feeding of pregnant sows and of ad libitum feeding of suckling sows compared with the effect of standard feeding on general performance



Pol' nohospodarstvo 19(4): 279-286



Eight Landrace sows were given a standard ration increasing during pregnancy and lactation, and 8 sows a restricted ration during pregnancy and an ad libitum ration during lactation. In the 2 groups resp., litter size at birth averaged 14.2 and 14.2, and the number of viable piglets/litter 13.1 and 12.9.

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