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New procedures in estimating feed substitution rates and in determining economic efficiency in pork production. 2. Replacement rates of corn and soybean oilmeal in fortified rations for growing-fattening swine on pasture. (Iowa Agric. Exp. Stat. Res. Bull. No. 462)



New procedures in estimating feed substitution rates and in determining economic efficiency in pork production. 2. Replacement rates of corn and soybean oilmeal in fortified rations for growing-fattening swine on pasture. (Iowa Agric. Exp. Stat. Res. Bull. No. 462)



New procedures in estimating feed substitution rates and in determining economic efficiency in pork production. 2. Replacement rates of corn and soybean oilmeal in fortified rations for growing-fattening swine on pasture, Iowa Agric. Exp. Stat. Res., 343-360



For part 1 see Abst. 4372, Vol. 25. 2. From weaning to 200 lb. liveweight 72 pigs were reared in individual pens moved regularly over pasture. Maize and soya bean meal in 6 different proportions to give from 8 to 18 per cent. protein were given. Weight and feed consumption were measured every 2 weeks.

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