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Veterinary-hygienic and biological evaluation of pigs fattened on sapropel


Veterinarnaya Nauka Proizvodstvu, Minsk, Belorussian SSR (23): 167-171
Veterinary-hygienic and biological evaluation of pigs fattened on sapropel
Addition to the diet given to fattener pigs of sapropel from Lake Vecher (carbonate type) and that from Lake Ganarata and Lake Molochnoe (organic type) at 30 g DM/head daily in the form of pellets or pastes, had no adverse effect on hygienic quality of meat, but increased the biological value of meat by 8.1 to 18%.


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