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Effectiveness of new fodder form of vitamin K in rearing broilers






Soviet agricultural sciences: ) 47-49

Effectiveness of new fodder form of vitamin K in rearing broilers



Accession: 015645509



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Okolelova, T.M.; Spirina, S.I.; Kureneva, V.P., 1987: Effectiveness of a new feed form of vitamin K for rearing broilers. Broilers were given a traditional diet without grass meal or that diet supplemented with a new feed form of vitamin K (powder containing 1% of the vitamin) or an oil preparation of vitamin K. There was no significant difference between the 2 forms...

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