Animal Science Department

 

Date of this Version

1984

Comments

Published in JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE 58 (1984), pp. 1222-1230. Copyright © 1984 American Society of Animal Science. Used by permission.

Abstract

A growing-finishing experiment involving 150 crossbred swine (replicated by time) and two metabolism experiments involving 36 crossbred barrows were conducted to determine the nutritional value of harvested high moisture (HMSG), reconstituted (RCSG) and dry sorghum grain (DSG) for swine. In Exp. 1, pigs fed HMSG diets gained the same, consumed similar amounts of feed, but less (P<.05) crude protein (equivalent dry matter basis) and had better (P<.05) feed conversion than pigs fed DSG diets.

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