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A comparison of phase feeding and choice feeding as methods of meeting the amino acid requirements of growing pigs



A comparison of phase feeding and choice feeding as methods of meeting the amino acid requirements of growing pigs



Animal Production. 52(2): 323-330




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DOI: 10.1017/S0003356100012848


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