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Effects of initial fatness, level of concentrate in feed and duration of fattening on the fattening of mutton sheep


, : Effects of initial fatness, level of concentrate in feed and duration of fattening on the fattening of mutton sheep. Chinese Journal of Animal Science Zhonggue Xumu Zazhi (3): 5-7

An experiment on 135 wethers was to estimate the best combinations of initial liveweight, amount of concentrates in the diet and duration of feeding as major factors influencing the fattening of mutton sheep. A group of wethers, initial liveweight more than 40 kg, was fed daily for 60 days on a ration containing 1.5 kg concentrates, 4984 kcal digestible energy (DE) and 167 g digestible crude protein (DCP).

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