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28th report from the Swiss Association for Pig Performance Testing


, : 28th report from the Swiss Association for Pig Performance Testing. Kleinviehzuchter 43(7): 337-376

For Swiss Edelschwein (SE), Swiss Improved Landrace, Hampshire and Hampshire x SE pigs performance-tested in Switzerland in 1994 (82-3468 pigs per breed type), the average daily gain was 905, 886, 840 and 871 g respectively, food conversion ratio 2.52, 2.58, 2.43 and 2.49, the percentage of prime carcass cuts 55.2, 54,8, 53.4 and 58.4, meat quality score 3.62, 3.63, 3.78 and 3.59, and the percentage of intramuscular fat 1.45, 1.25, 1.53 and 1.79.

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