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19th performance test of hybrid pigs

, : 19th performance test of hybrid pigs. Porc Magazine ( 282): 39-45

For hybrid pigs of 6 strains (based on the Large White (LW), Landrace and Pietrain breeds) performance-tested in France, daily gain averaged 950+or-9 g, the amount of feed consumed/kg gain 2.73+or-0.02 kg, carcass yield 79.8+or-0.1%, and the percentage of carcass muscle 56.3+or-0.3 vs. 962 g, 2.71 kg, 79.0% and 55.5% for LW purebreds.

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