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Use of hydrogenated fats in the feeding of heavy pigs



Use of hydrogenated fats in the feeding of heavy pigs



Rivista di Suinicoltura 37(4): 157-164



Duroc x (Large White x Landrace) female and castrated male pigs, in 3 groups of 18, were given diets based on maize bran and maize, barley, soyabean and fish meals without (TA) or with 3% hydrogenated fats (HF) from 60 kg (TB) or from 120 kg (TC) liveweight until slaughter at 160 kg. Mean daily gain, feed conversion efficiency and dressing percentage did not differ among treatments. Backfat thickness was 23.3 and 22.9% lower for treatment TB than for TA and TC, respectively.

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