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The effect of varying amounts of calcium and phosphorus on liveweight gain and mineralization of skeleton in growing pigs



The effect of varying amounts of calcium and phosphorus on liveweight gain and mineralization of skeleton in growing pigs



Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 26(3): 270-280



A fattening experiment is described with 100 German Landrace pigs in 5 groups with different allowances of Ca and P, from 80 to 320% of the conventional allowances which were 8 to 12 g Ca and 5 to 8 g P from 20 to 50 kg liveweight, and 12 to 16 g Ca and 8 to 12 g P from 50 to 110 kg liveweight. In terms of total feed the equivalents were 10 g Ca and 6.5 g P/kg feed to 50 kg liveweight and 7.5 g Ca and 5 g P/kg from 50 kg liveweight to slaughter.

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