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EC number: 931-597-4
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significant differences in health status, the studied parameters or the
reproductive performance between experimental and control animals were
order to find out appropriate means to utilize electrofilter ash dumping
areas, pastures and hay production areas for sheep were experimentally
cultivated and effects on sheep health and breeding studied. Ash
deposits were spread out in dumping areas in the depth of 2-4 meters
followed by several months of watering and compression to stabilize the
ground. The second phase included conveying, spreading, compression and
preparation of earth deposit at the depth of 0.5 meters, seeding of
grass and corresponding one year maintenance to make the pasture
suitable for grazing and production of hay for winter nutrition.
Experimental and control groups of 10 older ewes and 10 one year old
ewes grazed on the pasture cultivated with electrofilter ash or ordinary
pastures in the surrounding area, respectively. Health condition, body
weight, hematology, clinical chemistry and reproductive performance were
monitored during the study. Animals from each group were slaughtered
after one or two years and hematological, clinical chemistry, gross
pathological, histopathological and analytical chemistry analyses were
carried out. No significant differences in health status, the studied
parameters or the reproductive performance between experimental and
control animals were found.
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