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Selected blood morphological and biochemical indices in ferrets fed diet containing meat feed preserved with formic acid


Selected blood morphological and biochemical indices in ferrets fed diet containing meat feed preserved with formic acid



Akademia Techniczno Rolnicza w Bydgoszczy, Zeszyty Naukowe, Zootechnika 20(175): 49-55



From September to December 1988 female ferrets, 3 months old, were fed on a standard diet including fresh meat offal, fish, cooked ground barley, wheat bran, vegetable sour milk and mineral additives (controls) or a diet in which 50% fresh meat-fish was replaced by meat feed preserved with 1.5% formic acid. Feed intake was similar and satisfactory in both groups.

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