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Effect of peas, field pea and yellow lupin on the performance of pigs, and the chemical composition of their backfat

Effect of peas, field pea and yellow lupin on the performance of pigs, and the chemical composition of their backfat

Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie Skodowska Sectio EE Zootechnica 12: 221-228

80 crossbred pigs were fed on diets containing soyabean meal and fish meal, yellow lupin, field peas or peas. Average daily gain from 20 to 100 days old was 643, 586, 624 and 637 g/day for pigs fed on soyabean meal/fish meal, yellow lupin, field peas and peas, respectively. Feed:gain ratio was 3.49, 4.17, 3.80 and 3.61, respectively. The pigs required 430, 512, 454 and 444 g digestible protein/kg gain and the carcass yield was 76.3, 78.3, 76.3 and 76.2%, respectively.

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