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Effect of the specific feed antibiotic spiramycin in fattening broilers and rearing piglets



Effect of the specific feed antibiotic spiramycin in fattening broilers and rearing piglets



Biologizace a Chemizace Zivocisne Vyroby Veterinaria 15(4): 303-312



Spiramycin was added at 20 and 5, 15 and 5, 20 and 20 or 15 and 15 mg/kg in starting and finishing diets, respectively, for chickens. Nitrovin 15 mg/kg feed in both starting and finishing diets was given to other chickens for comparison. During 56 days, only spiramycin at 20 and 5 mg/kg increased the gains; the gains were 2.9% greater than for a negative control group but efficiency of feed conversion was not affected.

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