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Effects of carbadox on weight gain, feed intake, feed efficiency and nitrogen retention of the rat



Effects of carbadox on weight gain, feed intake, feed efficiency and nitrogen retention of the rat



Doga Bilim Dergisi, D1 Veterinerlik ve Hayvanclk 9(3): 256-263



In a growth trial for 21 days 60 rats and in a nitrogen balance study for 7 days 24 rats were given diets with 18, 14 or 10% crude protein, each with or without Carbadox. With Carbadox there was some increase in average daily weight gain, feed intake, efficiency of feed conversion, digestibility of DM and nitrogen, and blood urea whereas the RNA:DNA ratio was decreased. None of the differences was significant.

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