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Evaluation of chromic oxide in digestion trials with low and high fiber diets

Evaluation of chromic oxide in digestion trials with low and high fiber diets

Animal Science Research Report, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station (2): 74-77

Digestion coefficients obtained by using Cr2O3 agreed closely with those estimated by conventional total collection in studies with pigs given a diet poor in fibre.

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