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Effect of iodine supplements on the fattening performance of pigs, depending on the proportions of rapeseed oilmeal and fish meal in the feed



Effect of iodine supplements on the fattening performance of pigs, depending on the proportions of rapeseed oilmeal and fish meal in the feed



Tierernahrung und Futterung (13): 121-126



In 5 trials in 1977-79, with a total of 70 barrows from 99 days old, kept singly, dry complete mixtures were supplied freely during fattening from 42 to 114 kg. Standard mixture contained 3% rapeseed oilmeal and in fattening periods 1 and 2 fish meal at 3 and 2%, declining to 1.5 and 1%, respectively. For some groups rapeseed was increased to 6 or 8%. The effect of supplementary iodine as potassium iodide was tested at 7 mg weekly in drinking water or, in 1 trial, 0.5 mg/kg feed.

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