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|Daily Feed Intake, Energy Intake, Growth Rate and Measures of Dietary Energy Efficiency of Pigs from Four Sire Lines Fed Diets with High or Low Metabolizable and Net Energy Concentrations|
|A. P. Schinckel, M. E. Einstein, S. Jungst, J. O. Matthews, C. Booher, T. Dreadin, C. Fralick, E. Wilson, R. D. Boyd|
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2012;25(3):410-420. Published online February 20, 2012
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