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Effects of metabolic active substances on the growth and pollutant excretion in pigs


, : Effects of metabolic active substances on the growth and pollutant excretion in pigs. Korean Journal of Animal Nutrition & Feedstuffs 21(4): 315-326, Aug

This research was conducted to investigate the effects of dietary supplementation with antibiotics, probiotics, yeast culture and enzymes on the growth performance, carcass characteristics and feces content of pig. The experiment was carried out with 5 treatments(basal, antibiotics, probiotics, yeast culture, enzymes), and a total of 105 two-way crossbred (L(male) X LW(female)) pigs (38 days old) were used in this experiment. Each treatment had 21 pigs each with 3 replications. At the end of experiment, 21 pigs from each treatment were slaughtered for carcass analysis. The results obtained are as follows: 1. In weaning period (0-28 days), daily body weight gain and feed conversion were markedly (p

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