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Studies on colostral and milk whey proteins in the sow 2. The effect of delayed suckling on colostrum and milk whey proteins

  • F. J. Bourne (a1)
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Colostral whey protein levels do not change during the first 4 hr from the start of parturition when suckling is prevented. Both early and late-born piglets returned to the sow at the end of this period are able to suck colostrum of a high protein concentration. Removal of piglets from the sow and the presence of an attendant did not affect the farrowing process.

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Animal Science
  • ISSN: 1357-7298
  • EISSN: 1748-748X
  • URL: /core/journals/animal-science
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