Last December, research from the University of Wisconsin shed light onto the causes of kyphosis, a condition characterized by an abnormal, outward spinal curvature in pigs. While the causes for the condition remain unclear, the research has demonstrated a dietary connection to kyphosis.
“This information provides evidence that can help establish a basis for investigating outbreaks of kyphosis and determining possible nutritional deficiencies,” Dr. Jon Bergstrom, senior tec
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