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Rice bran in swine rations

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Chris Calvert, Department of Animal Science, University of California
Kent Parker, Department of Animal Science, University of California
Jacquelyn Parker, Department of Animal Science, University of California
Robert N. Sayre, U.S. Department of Agriculture Western Regional Research Center
Robin M. Saunders, U.S. Department of Agriculture Western Regional Research Center

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California Agriculture 39(5):19-20.

Published May 01, 1985

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Bran is high in protein and carbohydrates, but too much in swine diets can have negative results.

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Rice bran in swine rations

Chris Calvert, Kent Parker, Jacquelyn Parker, Robert N. Sayre, Robin M. Saunders
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Rice bran in swine rations

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Authors

Chris Calvert, Department of Animal Science, University of California
Kent Parker, Department of Animal Science, University of California
Jacquelyn Parker, Department of Animal Science, University of California
Robert N. Sayre, U.S. Department of Agriculture Western Regional Research Center
Robin M. Saunders, U.S. Department of Agriculture Western Regional Research Center

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(5):19-20.

Published May 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Bran is high in protein and carbohydrates, but too much in swine diets can have negative results.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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