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Reproductive and digestibility studies with gestating gilts and sows as affected by energy levels



Reproductive and digestibility studies with gestating gilts and sows as affected by energy levels



Diss. Abstr. int. B. 31: 1614-B



18 crossbred sows and 21 gilts were fed a standard ration except for energy level, which was at 60, 80 or 100% of that recommended. The number of piglets born in one reproductive cycle and the av. weight of piglets born in another cycle were significantly higher for sows fed at 80% than for those fed at 60 or 100%.

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