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Effects of Lysine Intake during Middle to Late Gestation (Day 30 to 110) on Reproductive Performance, Colostrum Composition, Blood Metabolites and Hormones of Multiparous Sows
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Effects of Lysine Intake during Middle to Late Gestation (Day 30 to 110) on Reproductive Performance, Colostrum Composition, Blood Metabolites and Hormones of Multiparous Sows
Zhang, R.F.; Hu, Q.; Li, P.F.; Xue, L.F.; Piao, X.S.; Li, D.F.;
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 Abstract
Lysine intake during gestation has a major impact on subsequent reproductive performance. The objective of this experiment was to determine the effect of lysine intake from mid-gestation until farrowing on the reproductive performance of multiparous sows. On day 30 of gestation, 200 LandraceLarge White sows were randomly assigned to one of four groups based on body weight and parity (n
 Keywords
Lysine;Gestation;Sows;Reproductive Performance;
 Language
English
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