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“…The backfat thickness was lower and the carcass meat yield was greater in females than in barrows. Similar results were obtained by Latorre et al (2004), Amaral et al (2009), Cantarelli et al (2009a and Cantarelli et al (2009b). By studying the effect of sex on carcass characteristics of pigs with high weights, Latorre et al (2004) considered that the influence of hormonal activity, the higher basal metabolism and the reduced consumption capacity of females may explain these results.…”
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“…The backfat thickness was lower and the carcass meat yield was greater in females than in barrows. Similar results were obtained by Latorre et al (2004), Amaral et al (2009), Cantarelli et al (2009a and Cantarelli et al (2009b). By studying the effect of sex on carcass characteristics of pigs with high weights, Latorre et al (2004) considered that the influence of hormonal activity, the higher basal metabolism and the reduced consumption capacity of females may explain these results.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
“…Some studies have also shown higher bonus rates using ractopamine in finishing pigs (Cantarelli et al 2009b;Amaral et al, 2009), but in the present study, the results obtained with the carcass characteristics did not allow observation of any significant differences in this variable.…”
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“…Ractopamine improved (P<0.05) the feed conversion by 5.6% in all sexual categories and immunocastration by 12% compared with surgically castrated males and 9% compared with females. Several studies in the literature show the benefits of ractopamine in finishing pigs (Cantarelli et al, 2009a;Almeida et al, 2010). The results obtained with this additive confirm its efficiency in improving the animal performance, regardless of sexual category.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
“…One way to improve production efficiency and pig carcass quality has been the use of different additives (CANTARELLI et al, 2009).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Ractopamine has been shown to effectively reduce carcass fat amount (APPLE et al, 2007;CANTARELLI et al, 2009;CORASSA et al, 2010), which has provided economic benefits (BRUMATTI & KIEFER, 2010). However, its qualitative effect on fat has not been extensively investigated; although, the fatty acid profile of swine fat is known to be modified through different diets (DURAN-MONTGÉ et al, 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning