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Effect of food supplemented with furazolidone, terramycin or yogurt on the brood of chicks

, : Effect of food supplemented with furazolidone, terramycin or yogurt on the brood of chicks. Gansu Nongye Daxue Xuebao 27(4): 339-341

Commercial ISA brown chickens were fed on a basal diet supplemented with 0.03% furazolidone, 0.1% terramycin or 5% yoghurt. Percentage survival of the chickens was 81, 90 and 97.5, respectively.

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