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Pigs receiving daily tailored diets have different amino acid requirements than pigs raised in conventional phase feeding systems



Pigs receiving daily tailored diets have different amino acid requirements than pigs raised in conventional phase feeding systems



Journal of Animal Science 95: 134-135




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DOI: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.279


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