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Experiments with straw for mink



Experiments with straw for mink



Finsk Palstidskrift 19(2): 124



For 71 mink whose nest boxes were lined with oat straw (controls), the number of kits born per mated and the percentage of with no kits in 1983 averaged 2.8 and 37% resp. vs. 3.6 and 24% for 72 whose nest boxes were lined with wood shavings (experimental group).

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