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Effect of exogenous enzyme on growth and digestion of pigs fed paddy-based diets



Effect of exogenous enzyme on growth and digestion of pigs fed paddy-based diets



Chinese Journal of Rice Science 17(2): 179-183



Rice-based feed for 60 finishing pigs was supplemented with exogenous enzymes, beta -glucanase, endo-1,4- beta -xylanase, and cellulase. The average daily gain of the pigs increased by 8.78% (P<0.05) and the feed:gain ratio was decreased by 9.42% (P<0.05). Feed apparent digestibilities of crude protein, extrude ether, and crude fibre were increased by 12.73% (P<0.01), 8.84% (P<0.05), and 16.97% (P<0.01), respectively.

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