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Effect of free intake of cereals and cow milk on the provision of energy and protein requirements and quality of body lipids in growing pigs



Effect of free intake of cereals and cow milk on the provision of energy and protein requirements and quality of body lipids in growing pigs



Journees de la Recherche Porcine en France ( 21): 13-22



From about 30 to 100 kg liveweight 128 Large White female and castrated male pigs in 4 groups, were given diets of wheat or barley to appetite or 90% of the amount ingested freely and free access to whole cow milk for 3 to 5 h daily. Milk was given daily initially then every 2 or 3 days. Digestible energy was greater in wheat than barley diets. Intake of protein was greater and lysine less with wheat than with barley.

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