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Effects of feeding frequency and intensity on growth, body composition, organ scaling and fur quality of farmed raccoon dogs



Effects of feeding frequency and intensity on growth, body composition, organ scaling and fur quality of farmed raccoon dogs



Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, 364: 410-420



Effects of dietary dilution, plane of energy intake and meal frequency on growth, body composition, organ sizes and fur quality parameters were studied on farmed raccoon dogs (Nyctereutes procyonoides) during the growing period (July-November). Meal frequencies were manipulated by 2 fasting arrangements: (1) animals without feed twice a week (Wednesday and Sunday), but other days fed to appetite, (2) two-day ration offered every other day.

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