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Ambient temperature and protein level in the ration of growing pigs



Ambient temperature and protein level in the ration of growing pigs



International Journal of Biometeorology 32(1): 44-46



In 4 trials of 28 or 35 days, 48 Duroc barrows and gilts (average weight 27 or 20 kg in trials 1 or 2, 3 and 4, respectively) were given isoenergetic diets containing 12, 14 or 16% crude protein (CP) and housed at 25 degrees or 35 degrees C.

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Accession: 001751174

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PMID: 3391697

DOI: 10.1007/bf01623993


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