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Influence of dietary fibre level and pelleting on the digestibility of energy and nutrients in growing pigs and adult sows



Influence of dietary fibre level and pelleting on the digestibility of energy and nutrients in growing pigs and adult sows



Animal 3(3): 352-359



Two experiments were carried out to investigate the effect of pelleting on the apparent total tract digestibility (ATTD) of energy and nutrients according to the dietary fibre (DF) level in growing pigs (experiment 1) and in adult sows (experiment 2).

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PMID: 22444305

DOI: 10.1017/s1751731108003728


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