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Effect of salinomycin on energy and nitrogen utilization by growing pigs fed conventional or high-fiber diets



Effect of salinomycin on energy and nitrogen utilization by growing pigs fed conventional or high-fiber diets



Animal Science Research Report, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station (4): 87-91



Two balance trials were made with 12 female pigs each. In trial 1 the pigs (34.6 kg) were given for 14 days one of 4 experimental diets: a control maize-soyabean meal diet (C) or a 20% wheat bran diet (WB) or each of the above with salinomycin 82 mg/kg diet.

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