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Experiments on feeding processed food waste to growing-finishing pigs



Experiments on feeding processed food waste to growing-finishing pigs



Melding, Institutt for Husdyrernaering, Norges Landbrukshogskole (214): 22



In a series of 12 digestibility trials pigs were fed on autoclaved food waste from restaurants and social institutions; in 2 growth trials 66 pigs were given moderate or large amounts of processed food waste and in 3 trials 132 pigs were given 5% homogenised food waste slurry as pellets or 100% concentrate and pig mash pellets. As the amount of food waste was increased in the diet growth was decreased, probably caused by poor storage conditions leading to mould on food.

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