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Effect of highly fermentable dietary fiber on pig performance in a large unit, infected with endemic swine dysentery


Effect of highly fermentable dietary fiber on pig performance in a large unit, infected with endemic swine dysentery



Acta Veterinaria Beograd 53(4): 229-238



In a large fattening unit in southern Hungary, 5637 pigs were allocated to 10 large barns and subjected to different treatments until the time of slaughter. Group I (n=2722) was fed with diets containing 9.6% highly fermentable neutral detergent fibre, while Group II (n=2915) with diets containing 6.1% poorly fermentable neutral detergent fibre. In each group, the 200 smallest pigs were selected as test subjects (approx. 7.35% in Group I and 6.86% in Group II).

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