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Synonyms for nursery

Synonyms for nursery

a child's room for a baby

a building with glass walls and roof

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Effect of feeding peroxidized dried distillers grains with solubles to sows and progeny on growth performance and metabolic oxidative status of nursery pigs.
This study was conducted to, 1) determine the effects of socializing piglets prior to weaning on piglet behavior and performance and sow behavior, and 2) determine the effects of socializing piglets prior to weaning and inclusion of pen enrichment on nursery pig behavior and performance.
The MP for the nursery pigs was considerably underestimated (51%) by the components relative to the facility-level measurements.
Nasal swabs from 20 nursery pigs (4-9 weeks of age) were submitted to Chulalongkorn University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
The Midwest Plan Service (1987) requires one waterer/10 nursery pigs and one waterer/ 15 growing-finishing pigs.
Effects of keratinase supplementation of corn-soybean meal based diets on apparent ileal amino acid digestibility in growing pigs and serum amino acids, cytokines, immunoglobulin levels and loin muscle area in nursery pigs.
Diagnosing endemic swine influenza virus in nursery pigs using cross-sectional serologic profiling.
If the farm contains only pregnant sows, lactating sows, nursing piglets, and nursery pigs, the farm will require about 2.
Methionine (Met) is considered as the second or third limiting amino acid in diet for modern nursery pigs (Gaines et al.
Estimation of the true ileal digestible lysine and sulfur amino acid requirement and comparison of the bioefficacy of 2-hydroxy-4-(methylthio)butanoic acid and DL -methionine in eleven- to twenty-six-kilogram nursery pigs.
This person is responsible for all nursery pigs at the various nursery sites.
1997) have reported a range of 10% to 26% increase in growth performance when nursery pigs are fed pharmacological (2,500 to 4,000 ppm) concentrations of Zn.
2011) reported an increase in ADG when nursery pigs were fed diet supplemented with a protease enzyme (keratinase).