Increasing feed intake in late gestation improves very little body weight gain of gilts and sows and increases stillborn rate.
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Does a high growth rate really increase the risk of osteochondrosis and lameness?
The answer is no. We only know how to feed the average pig of a certain genetic composition, and sex.
The use of by-products from the agri-food industry reduces feed costs. This study explores the nutritional value of eight potential by-products for liquid feeding.