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Relationship between flooring characteristics of the postweaning room and piglet performance


Pig News and Information 14(2): 79N-80N
Relationship between flooring characteristics of the postweaning room and piglet performance
Data from feeding experiments with 60 batches of weaned pigs (total, 5700 pigs) were analysed. The pigs were studied for a 45- to 50-day period after weaning at 27 days of age.


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