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Effect of different levels of energy in food on production and reproductive performance of gilts and sows. I. Body weight, food consumption and reproduction characters in gilts



Effect of different levels of energy in food on production and reproductive performance of gilts and sows. I. Body weight, food consumption and reproduction characters in gilts



Godisnji Izv. Inst. Stocar., Novi Sad, 38-42



551 gilts were fed either a full diet or a diet restricted by 20 or 40%.

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