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Effects of dietary monensin and potassium on apparent absorption of magnesium and other macroelements in sheep



Effects of dietary monensin and potassium on apparent absorption of magnesium and other macroelements in sheep



Journal of Animal Science 63(6): 1960-1967



Twelve lambs (average weight, 31.1 kg) with a rumen cannula were used to estimate the effects of monensin and potassium on apparent absorption of magnesium. Lambs were assigned randomly to 2 groups and fed on a basal diet high in concentrate containing 0.44% without or with monensin 20 mg/kg for 19 days of dietary adjustment. During adjustment, lambs were housed by treatment group and given free access to their diets.

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