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A nutritional evaluation of diets containing meat meal for growing pigs. 6. Amino acid and mineral-vitamin-antibiotic supplements for maize-meat meal diets



A nutritional evaluation of diets containing meat meal for growing pigs. 6. Amino acid and mineral-vitamin-antibiotic supplements for maize-meat meal diets



Austral. J. Exp. Agric. Animal Husb, 10: 534-538



In 2 experiments feed was given to supply 7 g crude protein per kg liveweight, to groups of 4 pigs between 18 and 45 kg liveweight. A large response to tryptophan and an interaction between tryptophan and lysine indicated that these were the first and second limiting amino acids in the diets.

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