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Swine dysentery - an edible cure



Swine dysentery - an edible cure



Feed Mix 5(2): 8-12



The use of diets low in fibre and resistant starch to counteract diarrhoea caused by Serpulina hyodysenteriae or Escherichia coli is discussed.

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