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Investigation of the stimulative effect of virginiamycin in chick fattening

, : Investigation of the stimulative effect of virginiamycin in chick fattening. Poljoprivredna Znanstvena Smotra 58: 93-110

The results of 3 trials on fattening chicks for up to 50 days in which virginiamycin was supplemented at 20 mg/kg are presented. Virginiamycin improved the weight gain and feed conversion. Reduced feed cost per unit gain resulted in an increased production profitability.


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