A.S. Series 70-38
How to assure that each sow gets her fair share of feed and how to control the "boss" sows are management problems facing the producer who is limit feeding groups of sows in order to get maximum litter size and minimum gestation feed costs. Feeding stalls have proven very effective in achieving both of these objectives. There are several types of commercial stalls on the market as well as several good designs for homemade feeding stalls. The type used South Dakota State University has drawn considerable interest by producers and many have asked for material lists and costs. These stalls are probably no better than many others but have been effective in minimizing limit feeding problems.
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Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State College
Libal, George W.; Wahlstrom, Richard C.; and McCarty, J. W., "Feeding Stalls for Brood Sows" (1970). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1970. 11.