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Defieieney symptoms in Growing Pigs Fed a Peanut Ration

, : Defieieney symptoms in Growing Pigs Fed a Peanut Ration. Bull. Fla agric. Exp. Sta, 372, 52

In Florida, some 227, 000 acres of groundnuts were utilized for livestock feeding in 1937, about 75% of the crop being fed to pigs. It is estimated that 80% of all marketed pigs are fattened on the crop, while many of the breeding herds are partially maintained for several months of the year in the peanut fields. The resulting pork is soft but said to be of excellent quality. Posterior paralysis is common during autumn and winter months in fattening pigs and lactating sows.

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