Animal Science Department
Diammonium Citrate and Diammonium Phosphate as Sources of Dietary Nitrogen for Growing-Finishing Swine
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Many scientists are concerned about the possibility Of a protein shortage in the near future. Since the pig will be placed in direct competition with man for many of the proteins presently used in feeds, it has become increasingly important to determine if other sources of nitrogen can serve as a replacement for some of the non-essential amino acid nitrogen in natural proteins.
Published in the Journal of Animal Science 31 (1970), pp. 327-332. Copyright © 1970 American Society of Animal Science. Used by permission.