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Effect of music rhythm on growth performance of growing pigs


, : Effect of music rhythm on growth performance of growing pigs. Kasetsart Journal, Natural Sciences 28(4): 640-643

15 Large White x Landrace x Duroc barrows, average liveweight 30 kg, housed in single pens, were subjected to slow-rhythm music (80-85 dBs), fast-rhythm music (80-85 dBs) or no music (control) during ad libitum feeding of a maize-soyabean diet at 07.30 and 15.00 h daily for 14 days. No significant difference in DM intake was observed but average daily gain and feed conversion efficiency of pigs in the fast-rhythm music groups were lower (P<0.05) compared with the other groups.

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