Allele A of the PRLR3 locus favorably influenced the back fat thickness, days to a 90 kg body weight and average daily gain, and its dominant effect unfavorably influenced these traits.
Least square means of back fat thickness, days to 90 kg and average daily gain Gender Back fat thick Days to Average daily (mm) 90 kg gain (g) Female 17.
Inclusion of ensiled cassava KM94 leaves in diets for growing pigs was shown to decrease average daily gain
when included up to 20% of the diet.
acidophilus 27SC had a significantly lower diarrhea compared with calves fed the control feed, which confirmed the positive effect of lactobacilli in decreasing the incidence of calf diarrhea but there was no improvement in average daily gain
on Lactobacillus supplement (AbuTarboush et al.
Live weight, average daily gain
, body condition score, milk yield and quality for entire period and interaction group x sub-period Entire 1st period Live weight Group 1 689.
Trait Average Dev (a) Minimum Maximum (b) Average daily gain
Feed intake, average daily gain and lamb growth : Amounts of dietary treatments offered and refused were weighed and recorded daily to calculate the feed intake.
Average daily gain (ADG) was determined by dividing the weight gain (final live weight--initial live weight) by the number of days during each period (64 days pre-lamb, 28 days cross over post-lamb).
Within period, initial and final ewe live weight (LW), ewe average daily gain, wool data and lamb birth weights and lamb average daily gains were analysed using a model similar to that described above, but excluding week as a repeated measure.
5 MMT (live weight) in the first half of 2010, however, the rate of growth is decreasing in the second half of 2010 due to increasing feed prices and summer heat conditions that adversely impacted average daily gains
Among individual trends highlighted by the 2002 figures is the growing importance of weekend racing, which was emphasised by the fact that the biggest average daily gains
were made on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.