Corpus ID: 23395605

Copper poisoning : an emerging disease in dairy cattle

@inproceedings{BidewellCopperP,
  title={Copper poisoning : an emerging disease in dairy cattle},
  author={C. Bidewell and C. Livesey}
}

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Copper metabolism of holstein and jersey cows and heifers fed diets high in cupric sulfate or copper proteinate.
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Jerseys had higher hepatic Cu concentrations than did Holsteins on d 60, and serum ceruloplasmin oxidase activity was greater for Jerseys than for Holstein, while the bioavailability of Cu in Cu proteinate and CuSO4 was the same. Expand