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Age-related selective toxicity of some ionophore coccidiostats in turkeys

, : Age-related selective toxicity of some ionophore coccidiostats in turkeys. Veterinarstvi 39(3): 112-113

Over a 5-day period 4761 of 6500 turkeys 75 to 80 days old, died; two days previously they had started to receive a feed mix containing, in error, 70 mg/kg of narasin. Turkeys kept dying despite withdrawal of the incriminated feed on the third day of the outbreak.

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