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The effect of amount and type of fat and duration of feeding on the fatty acid composition of backfat of growing pigs

The effect of amount and type of fat and duration of feeding on the fatty acid composition of backfat of growing pigs

Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 37(2): 154-165

Fat was incorporated at from 2 to 12% in rations based on barley and soya for 88 German Landrace barrows during 34 to 100 days. In 34-day trials from 13 to 27, except for controls killed at the start, or from 15 to 30 kg copra was compared with sunflower seeds and coconut fat with sunflower oil or a control treatment (no added fat).

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