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Efeitos de niveis e periodos de adaptacao a lasalocida sodica sobre os parametros de fermentacao ruminal


, : Efeitos de niveis e periodos de adaptacao a lasalocida sodica sobre os parametros de fermentacao ruminal. Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia 31(6): 2299-2306

Effects of adaptation periods to sodium lasalocid and its ionophorum levels were evaluated on ruminal fermentation, using four Holstein-Zebu cross-breed cows. Latin square was the experimental design used, with four periods of six weeks, in which isolated data from the first, second, third and fourth weeks were used to evaluate periods of adaptation, and the last two destined to eliminate residual effects.

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