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Zeolites in pig fattening

, : Zeolites in pig fattening. Acta Zootechnica 46: 61-68

Zeolites added to the diet of growing pigs to replace 3 or 5% of grain improved feed conversion efficiency and increased meat yield and meat quality.

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