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Effects of extrusion condition of barley on the growth and nutrient utilization in growing pigs



Effects of extrusion condition of barley on the growth and nutrient utilization in growing pigs



Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 12(5): 783-787



150 growing Landrace x Duroc x Large White pigs, 24.4 kg body weight, were allocated to 5 treatments in a completely randomized block design. Experimental diets were based on maize-soyabean and 30% barley was included in each diet; barley was the only extruded ingredient.

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