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Effect of feeding probiotics on growth performance of crossbred (LWY X DESI) pigs


, : Effect of feeding probiotics on growth performance of crossbred (LWY X DESI) pigs. Cheiron 29(5/6): 158-159

To assess the effect of supplementation of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) or Lactobacillus or both to the diet of growing crossbred pigs on their growth performance, 24 crossbred (3/4 LWY x 1/4 Desi) male pigs (13.90+or-0.70 kg body weight) were randomly divided into 4 equal dietary treatment groups (control (R1), supplemented with live yeast 0.1% (R2), supplemented with 20 g of L. acidophilus (R3) or supplemented with both live yeast 0.1% and 20 g L. acidophilus (R4)).

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