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Effect of monensin flavomycin and salinomycin on fractional catabolic rate and utilization of nutrients



Effect of monensin flavomycin and salinomycin on fractional catabolic rate and utilization of nutrients



Allattenyesztes es Takarmanyozas 34(1): 43-54



Male and female lambs were used in order to study the effect of monensin, flavomycin and salinomycin on feed intake, daily gain and feed conversion. Feeding male lambs 14.4 mg/lamb monensin-Na or 24.7 mg/lamb salinomycin daily decreased the daily average feed intake by 10.4 and 7.2%, respectively. However, daily weight gain was significantly higher by 8.7 and 15.0%, respectively, than that of the controls. It follows that FCR [fractional catabolic rate] of the experimental lambs were also better by 17.7% and 19.2%, respectively. Daily intake of 5.9 mg/lamb flavomycin did not decrease the feed consumption, but it increased weight gain by 20.5% over the controls. FCR and utilization of the nutrients in lambs that consumed flavomycin was 17.3% better in comparison with the controls. Treatment of female lambs with still greater dose of monensin-Na left the fattening parameters unaffected.

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