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The requirements of bacon and heavy pigs for certain essential amino acids


, : The requirements of bacon and heavy pigs for certain essential amino acids. Animal Prod, 3: 331-339

Crossbred pigs of 35 to 40 lb, 560 in pens of 8 in an incomplete block design, were used to compare 7 diets. The diets had the same crude protein, energy, P and Ca contents and the amino acid content was changed by progressively reducing herringmeal from 7 to 1%. Soya bean and groundnut meals were used to balance the crude protein. The first diet with 7% herringmeal was a typical weaner's diet known to give satisfactory growth.

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DOI: 10.1017/S0003356100034140


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