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Estimation of the feeding value (NEf) of tapioca for fattening pigs using linear regression analysis


, : Estimation of the feeding value (NEf) of tapioca for fattening pigs using linear regression analysis. Rapport Instituut voor Veevoedingsonderzoek ( 254): 22 pp.

Four batches of tapioca from Indonesia, Thailand and China were analysed for chemical composition. In 4 x 4 Latin square digestibility trials, 4 barrows, 30-80 kg, were fed on diets containing 50% tapioca in the DM at feeding level 2.2-2.5 x M (maintenance M = 293 kJ/kg0.75). Ileal digestibility of tapioca starch was 96-99% and of DM and organic matter was 73-79 and 75-81%, respectively. Apparent ileal digestibility of protein was negative.

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