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Effect of feeding-fasting interval on finishing pigs: blood urea and serum lipid, cholesterol and protein concentrations



Effect of feeding-fasting interval on finishing pigs: blood urea and serum lipid, cholesterol and protein concentrations



Journal of Animal Science 30(3): 388-393



(b) Every 3 weeks blood samples were taken from the anterior vena cava on 4 consecutive days starting 10 h after the pigs were fed. Concentrations of lipid, cholesterol and protein in serum did not alter with treatment but increased significantly between 10 and 34h without feed. Blood urea also was not affected by treatment but decreased between 10 and 34 h without feed. Serum lipid was correlated with average daily gain and with feed required per unit gained.

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