A.S. Series 67-27
At the 1966 South Dakota Swine Field Day information was reported (A.S. Series 6 6-22) on the effects of lysine in feed and water at comparable levels when the level of crude protein was slightly lower than normally recommended for the respective weight of the pigs. It was reported that pigs receiving lysine in the water gained slightly faster and considerably more efficiently than pigs that did not receive lysine or those fed lysine in the feed. In order to obtain more data on the effect of lysine in the feed or water for young pigs the experiment was repeated and is reported herein.
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Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Taylor, A.R. and Wahlstrom, R.C., "Supplemental Lysine in Feed and Water for Growing-Finishing Swine" (1967). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1967. 4.