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Effects of Different Dietary Acidifier Sources of Calcium and Phosphorus on Ammonia, Methane and Odorant Emission from Growing-finishing Pigs
- Kim, I.B. (SunJin Co., LTD.) ;
- Ferke, P.R. (Department of Poultry Science, North Carolina State University) ;
- Powers, W.J. (Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University) ;
- Stein, H.H. (Department of Animal Science, South Dakota State University) ;
- Van Kempe, T.A.T.G. (Department of Animal Science, North Carolina State University)
- Received : 2003.10.24
- Accepted : 2004.04.21
- Published : 2004.08.01
The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of different sources of Ca and P on urine and ileal digesta pH, and ammonia (
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