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Use of lactic acid bacteria as a feed supplement in a milk replacer for fattening calves



Use of lactic acid bacteria as a feed supplement in a milk replacer for fattening calves



Bodenkultur 37(1): 75-86



In 2 trials a total of 72, mainly female Simmental calves were fattened individually from, on average, 77 to usually at least 150 to 160 kg on commercial milk replacer, alone (control) or with virginiamycin at 80 mg/kg or with lactobacterium concentrate Streptococcus faecium Cernelle 68 at 40 and 20 mg/kg during the 2 fattening periods.

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