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Effect of exogenous NSP enzymes (xylanase, beta -glucanase and cellulase) on structure and function of digestive tract in growing pig fed paddy-based diets



Effect of exogenous NSP enzymes (xylanase, beta -glucanase and cellulase) on structure and function of digestive tract in growing pig fed paddy-based diets



Scientia Agricultura Sinica 36(2): 201-207



Ninety Landrace x Jia growing pigs with a liveweight gain of 35+or-0.40 kg were randomly allocated into 3 groups, each of which was replicated 3 times with 10 pigs per replicate. The pigs were fed either a conventional maize-based diet (group I, control) or a paddy-based diet (group II) or a paddy diet supplemented with 0.2% NSP enzymes (group III). All pigs were given ad libitum access to both feed and water.

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