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Effect of 2 protein levels on the performance of growing pigs



Effect of 2 protein levels on the performance of growing pigs



Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 16(1): 49-57



SPF [specific pathogen free] pigs of the Danish Landrace breed (242) were given diets with normal or low protein level from 20-90 kg live wt. Pigs on the normal protein level had 68 g higher daily gain, consumed 0.32 FU [fodder unit] less per kg gain, had 0.16 and 0.48 cm thinner backfat and sidefat, respectively, than pigs on the low protein level. The pigs on the normal protein level had 3.7 cm2 greater area of musculus longissimus dorsi and contained 3.5% more muscle than pigs on the low protein level.

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