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Nutritive value for pigs of a cereal-based diet supplemented with lysine and threonine






Biologizace a Chemizace Zivocisne Vyroby, Veterinaria 19(3): 197-208

Nutritive value for pigs of a cereal-based diet supplemented with lysine and threonine

From results of 5 experiments with growing pigs given supplements of L-lysine and DL-threonine, threonine was found to be the second-limiting amino acid in a cereal-based diet containing wheat and barley 1.4:1. Best performance was obtained with a diet supplemented with lysine 0.4 and threonine 0.4%.


Accession: 001228542



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