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The influence of methionine supplementation of 12, 14 and 16 percent protein corn-soybean oil meal diets upon nitrogen balance of growing swine



The influence of methionine supplementation of 12, 14 and 16 percent protein corn-soybean oil meal diets upon nitrogen balance of growing swine



J. Nutrition. 60: 599-608



Four castrated male pigs weaned at 8 weeks were allocated to each of 24 groups and their food weighed about 4 per cent. of bodyweight daily for the last 4 days of the 8- or 10-day preliminary periods and during the 6-day periods when total urine and faeces were collected. Three basal diets contained 11.8, 13.8 and 15.8 per cent. crude protein, and to these was added 0.025, 0.05 or 0.10 per cent. methionine or none, with or without 0.04 per cent. additional DL-tryptophan.

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