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Replacement of meat-and-bone meal by feather and poultry meal in complete feeds for fattening pigs



Replacement of meat-and-bone meal by feather and poultry meal in complete feeds for fattening pigs



Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Praze, Fakulta Agronomicka, B (34): 217-231



When feather meal replaced meat-and-bone meal at 50 or 100% in diets for fattening pigs, the daily weight gains were decreased by 5.9 and 5.6%, respectively, compared with gains for pigs given no feather meal.

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