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The influence of premating feeding level and exogenous insulin on the reproductive performance of sows



The influence of premating feeding level and exogenous insulin on the reproductive performance of sows



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 71(1): 249-252



At weaning (day 0), 120 mixed parity Yorkshire .times. Landrace sows were allocated in a 2 .times. 2 factorial arrangement to be fed a 16% crude protein diet at either 1.8 or 3.6 kg d-1 until breeding and to receive either no insulin or insulin (0.75 IU kg-1) on days 1-4, inclusively. There were no significant effects of dietary or insulin treatments on days to rebreeding, farrowing rate or subsequent litter size.

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DOI: 10.4141/cjas91-030



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