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A total of 800 pigs were used to evaluate the influence of dietary energy level on the response to betaine in finishing pig diets. Dietary treatments were arranged in a 2 Ã-2 factorial with or without betaine and two energy density levels as the main effects. No betaine Ã-energy interactions (P>0.05) were observed for the entire feeding period (51 to 210 lb) or for any of the three dietary phases. Pigs fed the high energy diets with added fat had (P<.05) greater ADG, lower ADFI, and improveddoi:10.4148/2378-5977.6581 fatcat:2h46fsmg4zecdbs5bmydhemiya