carbadox


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carbadox

a substituted quinoxaline antibiotic used as feed additive in the prevention of swine dysentery and growth promotant, subject to regulations on drug withdrawal periods.
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The range of confirmatory analysis required in varying matrix / species combinations includes: stilbenes, thyrostats, steroids, beta- agonists, nitrofurans, antibacterial substances, cortico-steroids and carbadox.
Effect of carbadox and various dietary copper levels for weanling swine.
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The pigs were secretly moved from a farm which has been under investigation for allegedly using the banned substance carbadox which is a growth promoter.
Effect of dietary supplementation with vitamin C or carbadox on weanling pigs subjected to crowding stress.
It got into the food chain after 1,500 pigs were secretly moved from a farm in Co Waterford being investigated for allegedly using the banned substance Carbadox.
Effects of carbadox, copper and Yucca shidigera extract on growth performance and visceral weight of young pigs.
2003b) -- -- yes Egg yolk AB -- yes ZnO -- yes Fumaric acid -- yes Carbadox -- yes Torrallardona -- no yes et al.
Effect of carbadox on net absorption of ammonia and glucose into hepatic portal vein of growing pigs.
2001) reported differences in the apparent ileal and total tract P digestibilities in pigs fed medium or high in fiber diets, supplemented with formic acid or Carbadox, compared with feeding medium or highfiber diets without carbadox as antimicrobial substance.
Effects of carbadox or formic acid and diet type on ileal digestion of amino acids by piglets.