Effect of Inorganic and Organic Trace Mineral Supplementation on the Performance, Carcass Characteristics, and Fecal Mineral Excretion of Phase-fed, Grow-finish Swine
J. L. Burkett (Burkett JL), K. J. Stalder (Stalder KJ), W. J. Powers (Powers WJ), K. Bregendahl (Bregendahl K), J. L. Pierce (Pierce JL), T. J. Baas (Baas TJ), T. Bailey (Bailey T), B. L. Shafer (Shafer BL)
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