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The effect of rate of gain during the growing and finishing periods on the feed efficiency and carcass composition of the pig i rate of gain during the growing period from 18 to 57 kilogram live weight



The effect of rate of gain during the growing and finishing periods on the feed efficiency and carcass composition of the pig i rate of gain during the growing period from 18 to 57 kilogram live weight



Journal of Agricultural Science 71(3): 311-318




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