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Different sources and amounts of lysine in the feeding of pigs



Different sources and amounts of lysine in the feeding of pigs



Suinicoltura 27(5): 101-106



From 13 to 140 kg liveweight 4 groups of female and castrated male Landrace X Large White pigs were given mixed feeds based on maize with natural lysine 1.10, 0.87, 0.79 or 1.20, 0.95, 0.86% during the 3 growth periods, respectively (groups 1 and 2) or the same amounts of natural plus synthetic lysine (groups 3 and 4). Mean daily gain was 559, 580, 607 and 603 g, respectively.

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