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Effect of dietary fiber level and duration of feeding on fiber digestibility and mineral utilization by growing pigs fed high-fiber diets



Effect of dietary fiber level and duration of feeding on fiber digestibility and mineral utilization by growing pigs fed high-fiber diets



Animal Science Research Report, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (6): 96-100



Diets with 15% fibre supplied as oat husks (OH) or soyabean husks (SH) did not have much effect on mineral utilization (Ca, P, Mg, Na, K, Zn, and Fe) in growing pigs fed on a maize-soyabean meal diet. However, highly digestible fibre sources such as SH increased the availability of some minerals.

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