PIGS require trace mineral supplements in their diets to achieve optimal growth and health. However, feeding supplements that aren't easily digested can cause pigs to excrete excess minerals, which may reduce profits and also increase pollution to the environment.
Research from the University of Illinois may help swine producers decide which trace mineral supplements are best for their pigs.
Trace minerals can be fed in org
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