Zinc-amino acid complexes for swine.

  • Hill D
  • Peo E
  • Lewis A
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Abstract

Two experiments were conducted to determine the effect of sources of dietary zinc on gain, feed conversion and blood and bone traits of swine. In the first experiment 96 pigs were used in a 28-d study. The pigs were fed diets with no supplemental Zn or with either 9 or 12 ppm supple- mental Zn from zinc sulfate (ZnSO 4), zinc methionine (ZnMet) or zinc methionine with picolinic acid (ZnMet w/PAL each with or without 5% added corn oil. There were differences (P

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Authors

  • D. A. Hill

  • E. R. Peo

  • A. J. Lewis

  • J. D. Crenshaw

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