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Efficacy of dietary vitamin E forms and levels for weanling pigs


, : Efficacy of dietary vitamin E forms and levels for weanling pigs. Animal Science Department Series Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center ( 92/2): 45-52

Weight gains, fed intakes or feed efficiencies did not differ when varying levels of D- alpha -tocopherol or DL- alpha -tocopheryl acetate were given to 180 crossbred weanling pigs. There were increased tissue and serum alpha -tocopherol concentrations when D- alpha -tocopherol was fed compared with the D- alpha -tocopherol acetate.

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