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Effect of different planes of feeding for fattening hybrid pigs in industrial conditions. 1. Fattening abilities



Effect of different planes of feeding for fattening hybrid pigs in industrial conditions. 1. Fattening abilities



Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 20(8): 45-49



From 20 to 100 kg liveweight 2 groups of about 500 male and female hybrid pigs, in industrial conditions, were given a mixed feed based on maize and barley, to appetite or 85% of the amount taken to appetite. Intake of DM was 2.380 and 2.086 kg daily, mean daily gain 676 and 636 g, and intake of feed 3.429 and 3.293 kg/kg gain, respectively.

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