Effects of potassium diformate on growth performance and diarrhoea rate in piglets in comparison to antibiotics

Published on: 07/30/2013
Author/s : C. Lückstädt1, K.-J. Kühlmann2 and T.M. Van3 (1ADDCON Europe, Germany, 2ADDCON Asia, Thailand, 3ADDCON Asia, Vietnam)

INTRODUCTION  Organic acids have been used for decades in commercial compound feeds, mostly in feed preservation, where formic and propionic acids are particularly effective. In the European Union, these two organic acids and a number of others (lactic, citric, fumaric and sorbic acids) and their salts (e.g. calcium formate, calcium propionate) are used under the classification ‘feed p...

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Breeze Briggs Breeze Briggs
Animal Nutritionist
July 30, 2013
Is this a complete paper? It appears to be missing the literature cited and I'm interested in tracking down some of the cited trials.
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Christian Lückstädt Christian Lückstädt
Animal Nutritionist
July 30, 2013
Dear Mr. Briggs,
please send me your contact details and I will send the paper as it appeared in the book of proceedings from the 2012 AAAP conference.
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Breeze Briggs Breeze Briggs
Animal Nutritionist
July 30, 2013
Many thanks Dr. Luckstadt. My email address is breeze.briggs@basf.com.
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