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Controlled suckling and growth intensity in piglets



Controlled suckling and growth intensity in piglets



Visnik Sil' skogospodars' koi Nauki (4): 48-50



Piglets were kept throughout the rearing period with their mothers or allowed restricted access to them. The restricted piglets showed greater appetite and grew more vigorously than their unrestricted counterparts.

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