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INTRODUCTION The optimization of pork production systems including alternative dietary management and marketing strategies requires knowledge of pig feed intakes, growth rates, and estimated measures of carcass composition (de Lange and Schreurs, 1995; Schinckel et al., 2008). In the United States, high energy feed ingredients have been directed towards bioenergy production (i.e., corn to ethanol and animal fats to biodiesel). This has resulted in the formulation of diets with decreased energy concentration.