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Ad libitum Feeding of Gilt Developer Diets Differing in Standard Ileal Digestive Lysine Concentrations Affected Growth and Feed Efficiency but did not Affect Age at Puberty in Replacement Gilts

, Iowa State University; Jeffrey L. Vallet, Supervisory Research Physiologist, USDA, U.S. Meat Animal Research Center*; Terry Prince, Nutritionist, Prince Nutrition Service LLC; Ashley DeDecker

Effect of Ad libitum Feeding of Gilt Developer Diets Differing in Standard Ileal Digestive Lysine Concentrations on Growth Traits

Authors China Supakorn, Clay Lents, Joseph D. Stock, Jeffrey L. Vallet, Terry J. Prince, Christine E. Phllips, R. Dean Boyd, Ashley E. DeDecker, and Kenneth Stalder This swine is available in Animal ... . Stock, Graduate Student, ISU; Jeffrey L. Vallet, Supervisory Research Physiologist, USDA, U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, Reproduction Research Unit, Clay Center; Terry J. Prince, Nutritionist

Optimal Dietary Energy and Protein for Gilt Development: Growth and Body Composition, Feed Intake and Carcass Composition Traits

. Leaflet R3020 Julia A. Calderón Díaz, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University; Jeffrey L. Vallet, Supervisory Research Physiologist, USDA, U.S. Meat Animal

Optimal Dietary Energy and Protein for Gilt Development: Age at Puberty, Ovulation Rate, and Reproductive Tract Traits

. Authors Julia A. Calderón Díaz, Jeffrey L. Vallet, Clay Lents, Danny Nonneman, Jeremy Miles, Elaine Wright, Lea Rempel, Robert Cushman, Bradley Freking, Gary Rohrer, Christina Phillips, Ashley DeDecker