The Effect of Zinc in the Diet for Weaned Piglets and the Possibilities of Substitution - Review
|Kateg. publikace||Články v odborných časopisech|
The use of high therapeutic doses of zinc oxide in feed for weaned piglets has hitherto been a common practice that has allowed pig farmers to stimulate growth while keeping diarrhea and disease under control in a critical period after weaning. However, zinc also has a number of negative effects to be taken into account. in June 2017, the European Commission has decided to ban the use of veterinary drugs containing ZnO because of its negative environmental impact and the increase of the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The current task is to find a combination of substances that ensure optimum health and performance in weaning piglets without negative environmental impact.
|Projekt||Nanokomplexy zinku jako alternativa náhrady antibiotik u prasat|
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