Inclusion of dicopper oxide instead of copper sulfate in diets for growing-finishing pigs results in greater final body weight and bone mineralization, but reduced accumulation of copper in the liver

Laia Blavi, David Solà, Alessandra Monteiro, J. Francisco Pérez, Hans H. Stein

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