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Amino acid availabilities in soybean meal, sunflower meal, fish meal and meat and bone meal fed to growing pigs



Amino acid availabilities in soybean meal, sunflower meal, fish meal and meat and bone meal fed to growing pigs



Journal of Animal Science 58(4): 926-934



Eight barrows (40 kg initial weight) fitted with simple T-cannulae 5 cm from the ileocaecal junction were used in a replicated 4 x 4 Latin square design experiment to determine the ileal and faecal availabilities of amino acids (AA) in maize starch-based diets formulated to contain 14% crude protein by supplementation with soya bean oilmeal (SBM), sunflower oilmeal (SFM), fish meal (FM) or meat and bone meal (MBM).

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DOI: 10.2527/jas1984.584926x


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