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Phosphorus supply of growing pigs between 11 and 38 kg liveweight. 2. Retention of calcium, phosphorus and ash in skeleton and soft tissue of pigs fed on different rations without phosphorus or supplemented with two feed grade phosphates



Phosphorus supply of growing pigs between 11 and 38 kg liveweight. 2. Retention of calcium, phosphorus and ash in skeleton and soft tissue of pigs fed on different rations without phosphorus or supplemented with two feed grade phosphates



Archives of Animal Nutrition 40(11/12): 1085-1095



Influence of phosphorus on ash, P and calcium content of the skeleton and soft tissue and on P retention was studied in 3 individual feeding experiments with pigs, initially 11 kg, given diets containing P 2.97, 2.41 and 3.7 g/kg. In each experiment, 2 of the 3 groups were supplemented with 2 feed grade phosphates supplying P 2.5, 2.33 and 0.5 g/kg. After total feed intake of about 65 kg pigs were slaughtered. Feed grade phosphates increased ash, P and Ca in skeleton and soft tissues.

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