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Effect of dietary fibre on energy metabolism of growing pigs and pregnant sows



Effect of dietary fibre on energy metabolism of growing pigs and pregnant sows



Energy metabolism in animals Proceedings of the 15th symposium on energy metabolism in animals, Snekkersten, Denmark, 11-16 September 2000: 105-108



The influence of dietary fibre on digestibility, energy disappearing in the hindgut and utilization of ME in growing pigs and pregnant sows were investigated. Dietary fibre from either sugar beet pulp or wheat bran was added to a wheat-barley based control diet. Six growing pigs at 35 kg and six pregnant sows at 4 weeks after conception fitted with a simple T-cannula at the terminal ileum were used. The experiment was carried out as a three x three Latin square design.

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