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Zinc sulfate supplementation to ruminant rations and its effects on digestibility in lambs; growth, rectal temperature and some blood constituents in buffalo calves under heat stress

Zinc sulfate supplementation to ruminant rations and its effects on digestibility in lambs; growth, rectal temperature and some blood constituents in buffalo calves under heat stress

Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 40(80): 128-146

Two different studies were carried out to test the effect of zinc sulphate addition to ruminant rations on digestibility, growth performance, rectal temperature and some blood constituents under the stress of a hot climate. Six Saidi rams were used in the first study on digestibility.

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