Results of previous experiments at this station and elsewhere indicated that several of the antibiotics caused increases in daily gain of growing pigs. High level (50-100 grams per ton) antibiotic feeding has resulted in an increase in feed efficiency in trials conducted here the past two years. During the past year two experiments were conducted to compare feeding different levels of a mixture of streptomycin-sulfaquinoxaline and chlortetracycline. The first experiment was conducted during the winter of 1956-57and the second experiment during the summer of 1957.
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Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Service, South Dakota State College
Wahlstrom, Richard C., "The Value of Different Levels of Streptomycin-Sulfaquinoxaline and Chlortetracycline (Aureomycin) for Growing Pigs" (1957). South Dakota Swine Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1957. 3.