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Effect of low doses of the mycotoxin zearalenone on the reproductive characteristics of pigs


, : Effect of low doses of the mycotoxin zearalenone on the reproductive characteristics of pigs. Veterinarski Glasnik 44(2): 151-155

Of 62 samples of four classes of feeds from two breeding farms, 22 contained zearalenone at 0.2-1.1 mg/kg; none contained aflatoxins. Fusarium was isolated from three of the classes of feeds.

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