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Initial Report...Compensatory Growth In Growing - Finishing Swine

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Title: Initial Report...Compensatory Growth In Growing - Finishing Swine
Author: Harrold, R.L.; Johnson, J. N.
Description: Compensatory growth can be defined as an increased growth rate in one time-period as a result of a slight growth restriction in an earlier time-period. This phenomenon has been recognized in farm animals for generations, yet purposeful induction of the compensatory growth phenomenon for economic purposes is a recent development. The research discussed in this report was conducted in response to the significant results obtained with turkeys by R. L. Johnson.
Date: 1977
Subject: Livestock production
Swine
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/3862

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