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Effects of Organic Trace Mineral Supplementation on Sows' Reproductive and Neonates' Growth Performance through 2 wk Postweaning
- Acda, S.P. (Institute of Animal Science, University of the Philippines Los Banos, College) ;
- Chae, B.J. (Division of Animal Resources, Kangwon National University)
- Received : 2002.02.20
- Accepted : 2002.06.03
- Published : 2002.09.01
A feeding trial using sows and their neonates was conducted to determine the effects of source and level of organic trace mineral supplementation on reproductive performance of sows and the subsequent performance of their neonates through 2 wk post weaning. A total of 16 gestating sows (
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