Meta-Analysis Comparing Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, and Water Usage of Growing-Finishing Pigs Fed Using Conventional Dry and Wet-Dry Feeders

Pigs using wet-dry feeders ate more, grew faster, had higher body and carcass weights and deposited more fat than those using the dry feeders, according to research from Kansas State University. They also tended to use less water.
calendar icon 6 February 2013
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By: Banrie
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