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Addition of nicotine to rations for fattening pigs



Addition of nicotine to rations for fattening pigs



Landbouwk. Tijdschr, 79: 256-258



In one trial 3 groups of 6 Large White pigs were fattened individually from about 22 to 50 kg live-weight on a starting meal and thereafter on finishing meal to 112 or 114 kg. The starting meal was of ground barley, milo, maize, oats, wheat bran, fishmeal, soya bean oilmeal, lucerne meal and minerals with extra Cu, and vitamins A and D3; the finishing meal included also ground rye and meat-and-bone meal and had no oats, bran, fishmeal or vitamins.

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