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Use of lipase in high energy diets: effects on productive and reproductive performances of lactating sows and on apparent ileal digestibility of gilts



Use of lipase in high energy diets: effects on productive and reproductive performances of lactating sows and on apparent ileal digestibility of gilts



Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 23(1): 41-50



In trial 1 from the start of the last week of gestation until day 30 of lactation, 43 Landrace x Large White sows were assigned randomly within parity (37 multiparous and 6 primiparous) to treatments: low-energy diet (4% ether extract (EE)); high-energy diet (8.8% EE); and high-energy diet (8.8% EE) plus lipase 1 g/100 kg diet (diets A, B and C, respectively). Diets B and C contained 5% lard. Sows had free access to a wet-dry feeding system.

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