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Assessment of monensin and lasalocid in the diet of heat stressed broilers



Assessment of monensin and lasalocid in the diet of heat stressed broilers



Animal Science Research Report, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oklahoma State University (MP-119): 169-172



Two studies were made with 576 broiler chickens, 4 week old, subjected to heat stress. Monensin did not affect weight gain, while birds showed a positive response to lasalocid in one trial. There was no detrimental effect on survival.

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