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Investigation into the use and economic benefits of ergotropics for piglets and pigs for fattening


, : Investigation into the use and economic benefits of ergotropics for piglets and pigs for fattening. Tierzucht 42(6): 286-288

Ergotropic (yield increasing) substances increase the yield per animal, reduce fodder requirements and have a positive effect on animal health. The number of possible substances that can be used in this way has been steadily increasing in recent years and new ones and additional uses are constantly being discovered. The paper explores the economics of various substances used in the GDR in 1988 at different stages of pig production.

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