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Influence of a high dietary concentration of Furoxone (furazolidone) on the gastrointestinal flora of artificially reared piglets.



Influence of a high dietary concentration of Furoxone (furazolidone) on the gastrointestinal flora of artificially reared piglets.



Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 41(1): 7-21



Furazolidone was added to the food (for 3 or 14 days) of 23 early-weaned pigs commencing at 5, 6 and 7 days of age, in a concentration of 0.8 g per kg of milk substitute diet. The pigs (and untreated controls) were killed at 22-35 days of age and samples of gut contents were taken immediately from various parts of the gastrointestinal tract for bacteriological examination.

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