New study demonstrates dysentery-combating abilities of zinc chelate in swine diets

A new study published in Porcine Health Management evaluates the ability of zinc chelate to improve general clinical signs associated with swine dysentery while improving average daily weight gain.
calendar icon 26 March 2020
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pig suffering with scours or diarrhoea
example of bloody scours caused by swine dysentery
Frédéric Vangroenweghe, Liesbeth Allais, Ellen Van Driessche, Robbert van Berkel, Gerwen Lammers & Olivier Thas
(2020) Evaluation of a zinc chelate on clinical swine dysentery under field conditions.. Porcine Health Management 6:1

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