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Native peas and beans as protein sources in pig diets



Native peas and beans as protein sources in pig diets



Farm and Food Research 19(5): 7-8



Diets containing 0, 12 or 24% peas or beans were given to groups of 112 pigs with initial liveweights 30-80 kg. Performance of pigs was not different between groups. Giving diets with 30% beans or peas to pigs with liveweights 8-27 kg decreased feed intake (approximately 10%), growth rate (more than 10%) and feed efficiency.

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