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A nutritional evaluation of diets containing meat meal for growing pigs. 2. The effect of level of meat meal or meat and bone meal in wheat based diets



A nutritional evaluation of diets containing meat meal for growing pigs. 2. The effect of level of meat meal or meat and bone meal in wheat based diets



Austral. J. Exp. Agric. Animal Husb, 9: 408-412



For part 1 see Abst. 1822, Vol. 40. 2. In the first experiment 6 diets for 30 Large White pigs differed in both Ca and protein content; they were based on wheat and had 10, 20 or 30% meatmeal or meat-and-bone meal. Rate of gain from 40 to 100 lb was significantly higher with 20 or 30% meatmeal than on other diets. Difference was not significant from 100 to 160 lb. Efficiency of feed conversion was better with 20% meatmeal than with 10%.

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