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Effects of feeding barley in ground, dry-rolled or pelleted form on the performance of growing-finishing pigs



Effects of feeding barley in ground, dry-rolled or pelleted form on the performance of growing-finishing pigs



South Dakota State University 30th Annual Swine Day, January 7, 1988: 7-10



A total of 64 crossbred pigs were used to study the effects of processing barley grain or pelleting a barley diet on performance from about 82 lb to market weight. Dietary treatments consisted of a maize-soyabean meal control diet and 3 barley-soyabean meal diets in which the barley was ground or rolled or the entire diet was pelleted. All diets were balanced to be of equal lysine value.

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