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Experience in the individual fattening of hogs with supplementary administration of medicinal mud

, : Experience in the individual fattening of hogs with supplementary administration of medicinal mud. Wiener Tierarztl Monatsschr 52(12): 1037-1043

From Sept. 3, 1963, to Jan. 14, 1964, a feeding trial was conducted with 20 individually fed hogs to determine the value of medicinal mud as part of the ration. In the animals receiving rations plus mud without addition of antibiotics, weight gains were nearly the same as in the animals receiving antibiotics in their rations. At carcass evaluation it was found that meat was darker and fat deposits smaller in the experimental group than in controls. No action was observed against the most important helminth species (Ascaris and Oesophagostomum).


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