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The effect of environmental temperature on the growth response of chicks to an antibiotic supplement in the diet



The effect of environmental temperature on the growth response of chicks to an antibiotic supplement in the diet



Brit. Vet. J, 117: 216-219



A commercial mash alone or with procaine penicillin was given for 3 weeks to 11 batches of chickens, in all 444. Half the chickens on each diet were kept at 86o to 93 degrees F and the other half at 77o to 83 degrees.On the basal diet 9 of the batches grew more rapidly at the higher temperature.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1935(17)43654-2


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