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Aflatoxin contamination in some Nigerian feeds and feedingstuffs: highlights on some nutritional, physiopathological and economic implications


World Review of Animal Production 26(3): 15-20, 5
Aflatoxin contamination in some Nigerian feeds and feedingstuffs: highlights on some nutritional, physiopathological and economic implications
The prevalance of aflatoxins in some commercial Nigerian poultry feeds and in rice bran, maize, groundnut oilmeal, brewers' grains and vitamin-mineral premixes and predisposing factors to aflatoxin contamination are discussed.


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