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Effect of replacing meat-and-bone meal with rapeseed oilmeal and of eliminating mineral-vitamin premix in the diets for feeding piglets



Effect of replacing meat-and-bone meal with rapeseed oilmeal and of eliminating mineral-vitamin premix in the diets for feeding piglets



Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Skodowska Sectio EE Zootechnica 11: 295-301



Young pigs in 4 groups were fed on diets containing 42, 42, 40 or 40% wheat meal, 31.5, 32.0, 27.5 or 28.0% barley, 7% wheat bran, 6, 6, 0 or 0% meat-and-bone meal, 7, 7, 9 or 9% extracted soyabean oilmeal, 0, 0, 10 or 0% extracted rapeseed oilmeal, and 0.5, 0, 0.5 or 0% polfamiks, plus mineral salts. Average daily body weight gain from 35 to 90 days old was 309, 325, 298 and 285 g, respectively.

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