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A nutritional evaluation of diets containing meat meal for growing pigs. 5. Effect of rate of feeding on growth promoting ability of meat meal and meat and bone meal and the relationship between pig and rat responses



A nutritional evaluation of diets containing meat meal for growing pigs. 5. Effect of rate of feeding on growth promoting ability of meat meal and meat and bone meal and the relationship between pig and rat responses



Austral. J. Exp. Agric. Animal Husb 10: 526-533



Two meat meals with 55 and 60% crude protein in DM were chosen as representative of meal produced at abbatoirs as by-products from slaughter of animals, and 2 meat-and-bone meals with 49 and 46% crude protein as representative of meal produced by feed and tallow manufacturers from butchers' waste. Basal diets were of 80 kg wheat and 18.2 to 23.5 kg meat or meat-and-bone meal to provide as much crude protein as the wheat.

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