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Studies of energy maintenance requirement of growing pigs of both sexes with normal and high protein supply. 5. Comparison of results from castrated pigs, sows and boars



Studies of energy maintenance requirement of growing pigs of both sexes with normal and high protein supply. 5. Comparison of results from castrated pigs, sows and boars



Archives of Animal Nutrition 39(3): 279-297



In 3 experiments with barrows, sows and boars, 2 groups of 6 pigs were given diets with crude protein (CP) 17 or 45% from 35 to 130 kg (barrows), 150 kg (sows), 170 kg liveweight (boars) and subjected to a total of 60 periods with feed intake adequate for growth and 48 for maintenance. There were significant differences in maintenance energy requirements for barrows, sows and boars of 100:105:110.

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