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Phosphorus Additions to Barley-Soy Rations - A Preliminary Report for Growing Finishing Rations.

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Title: Phosphorus Additions to Barley-Soy Rations - A Preliminary Report for Growing Finishing Rations.
Author: Zimprich, R. C.; Johnson, J. N.; Harrold, R. L.
Description: Phosphorus is a member of one of the most complex series of interrelationships in nutrition. The obvious members of these interrelationships are calcium and vitamin D, but they also include most of the trace minerals as well as some members of the B-vitamin complex. The critical item in phosphorus nutrition is the level of available phosphorus and not the total level of phosphorus in the ration. The grain portion contributes much of the totaI phosphorus in any ration. The higher availability of phosphorus from barley than from corn suggests that the total level of phosphorus might be reduced in rations for growing-finishing swine without detrimental effect.
Date: 1977
Subject: Feeds
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/4769

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