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Effect of the amount of protein in the feeds for pregnant sows and gilts



Effect of the amount of protein in the feeds for pregnant sows and gilts



Godisen Zbornik na Zemjodelskiot Fakultet na Univerzitetot vo Skopje76-1976/77; 27/28: 5-12



During pregnancy 75 sows and 57 gilts were given diets with 15.0, 12.5 or 10.0% crude protein.

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