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A note on the growth of pigs in metabolism cages

  • D. M. S. Livingston (a1), M. F. Fuller (a1) and R. M. Livingstone (a1)

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The growth of pigs kept continuously or intermittently in metabolism cages was compared with that of animals penned in groups. The ten continuously caged grew more slowly and contained more fat at slaughter than their penned littermates.

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Present Department of Nutritional Science, Robert Gordon' Institute of Technology, Queen's Road, Aberdeen

A note on the growth of pigs in metabolism cages

  • D. M. S. Livingston (a1), M. F. Fuller (a1) and R. M. Livingstone (a1)

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