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These implants gradually degrade in the ear. 2. Silastic rubber implants, which are impregnated partially or wholly with 10-20% oestradiol (Wagner, 1983). They give a slow and relatively continuous release rate of the hormone for 200-400 days and, as they do not degrade, they can be removed if necessary. At present there are no published physiological data to indicate optimum blood concentrations of the different anabolic agents to use for maximum growth rate and feed efficiency in the case of oestradiol, trenbolone acetate or zeranol.
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From the evidence available, however, it would seem reasonable to suppose that events in the small intestine must contribute to the overall beneficial effects arising from the use of gut-active antibacterials as feed additives for ruminant livestock. References (1981). PhD Thesis, University of Newcastle upon Tyne ARC (1980). The Nutrient Requirements of Ruminant Livestock. G. (1982). B. ), pp. 225-244. G. (1984). In Antimicrobials and Agriculture, (M. ), pp. 331-347. D. G. B. (1984). / . Anim.
Control and Manipulation of Animal Growth. Proceedings of Previous Easter Schools in Agricultural Science by P.J. Buttery, D.B. Lindsay and N.B. Haynes (Auth.)