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Iron anemia was induced in pigs immediately after birth by feeding an iron depletion diet containing only 17 mg iron/kg feed. (The requirement for iron in this period is 50 mg iron/kg feed). When Hb concentrations were 5 g/100 ml the pigs were given iron repletion diets. One group received 7% bran in the diet, about 60% of the iron derived from the bran and(More)
Iron and thyroxine had at moderate levels effects upon lipid metabolism and copper deposition. Thyroxine acted against effects of iron. Thyroxine produced less fat on the carcasses of the pigs reduced growth, and the feed utilization. Thyroxine also removed the iron influence upon copper deposition. Low energy may thus abolish iron corrections of copper(More)
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