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Veterinary-hygienic and biological evaluation of pigs fattened on sapropel

, : Veterinary-hygienic and biological evaluation of pigs fattened on sapropel. Veterinarnaya Nauka Proizvodstvu, Minsk, Belorussian SSR (23): 167-171

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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