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Response of broiler chickens to addition of zinc bacitracin to diets containing salinomycin and roxarsone



Response of broiler chickens to addition of zinc bacitracin to diets containing salinomycin and roxarsone



Poultry Science 65(7): 1278-1280



Five trials were conducted at various locations to determine the response of broiler chickens to the addition of zinc bacitracin to diets containing both salinomycin and roxarsone. Results indicate that when a combination of salinomycin and roxarsone is used as an anticoccidial, the addition of zinc bacitracin at 33 or 55 mg/kg diet will improve growth rate and feed utilization by broiler chickens. Regression of body weight and feed utilization on dietary levels of zinc bacitracin indicated that each milligram of zinc bacitracin in the diet increased the 49-day weight of broiler chickens by .92 g and reduced the feed required per gram of gain by .0012 g.

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DOI: 10.3382/ps.0651278


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