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Digestibility of phytate phosphorus in the growing pig



Digestibility of phytate phosphorus in the growing pig



17emes Journees de la recherche porcine en France 1985: 463-472



In 3 trials, with balance periods, pigs of initially 22 to 34 kg liveweight had for 5 to 7 weeks diets low in P, mainly as phytate, not supplemented with mineral P. In trial 1, with about 90% cereal in feed, digestibility of P was greater with wheat than with maize, this being ascribed to higher phytase content of wheat.

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