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Litter size in artificially inseminated and naturally mated recorded gilts and sows



Litter size in artificially inseminated and naturally mated recorded gilts and sows



Lantbrukshogskolans Meddelanden, A (281): 19



Data on 2930 Swedish Landrace and Swedish Large White purebred and crossbred litters in 35 boar-producing herds were analysed. In gilt litters, the numbers of piglets born, born alive, and surviving to 2-6 wk of age averaged 10.18, 9.77 and 8.30 resp. for naturally mated gilts v 9.53, 9.16 and 7.56 resp. for inseminated gilts; the corresponding figures for sow litters were 11.44, 10.48 and 8.44 v 10.66, 9.74 and 8.11.

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