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Replacement of barley by maize in feeds for pregnant sows


, : Replacement of barley by maize in feeds for pregnant sows. Allat-tenyesztes. 17: 61-70

In 2 experiments with a total of 130 pregnant Large Black and Hungarian Yorkshire sows experimental groups were given maize instead of the barley given to control groups. In both experiments the sows given maize gained more weight during pregnancy and required less digestible protein per unit gained. In the second experiment they also required less starch equivalent.

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