A.S. Series 71-32
Previous research conducted at the Southeast South Dakota Experiment Farm had shown very little difference in rate of gain of growing pigs housed in to tally confined or in open-front buildings . However, approximately 9% less feed was required when pigs were housed in the confinement buildings . The present experiment was conducted to obtain further information on the effect of cooked soybeans in diets for growing pigs wh en housed in a controlled environment confinement building or an open-front building with waterers and feeders in an outside concrete lot .
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Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Wahlstrom, Richard C.; Libal, G. W.; Fredrikson, J. F.; and Luther, R. M., "Effect of Cooked Soybeans and Type of Housing on Growth Performance and Carcass Chracteristics of Swine" (1971). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1971. 4.