New research presented at the 51st Swine Research Days, also known as the Journées de la Recherche Porcine (JRP) in Paris, France, showed that a feed supplement containing vegetal superoxide dismutase and selenium yeast as the primary cellular antioxidants could benefit sow reproductive performance, according to information from Lallemand Animal Nutrition, which supported the trial.
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