Effect of anionic salts on selenium metabolism in nonlactating, pregnant dairy cows.

@article{Gant1998EffectOA,
  title={Effect of anionic salts on selenium metabolism in nonlactating, pregnant dairy cows.},
  author={R G Gant and W. F. S{\'a}nchez and Ron L Kincaid},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={1998},
  volume={81 6},
  pages={1637-42}
}
The objective of this trial was to determine whether anionic salts in the diets of nonlactating, pregnant cows for 14 to 21 d prepartum affected measures of Se status. One of three dietary treatments (control, anionic salts, and anionic salts plus Se) was administered to 34 nonlactating, pregnant cows using a completely randomized design with repeated measures. The anionic salts were delivered via gelatin capsules that were administered orally in two equal amounts per day, and the Se (3 mg/d… CONTINUE READING
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