Plasma Levels of Water Soluble Vitamins in Various Classes of Catile

  title={Plasma Levels of Water Soluble Vitamins in Various Classes of Catile},
  author={Paula Dubeski and Fred N. Owens},
Plasma samples from suckling beef calves, transport-stressed weaned calves, 500 kg feedlot cattle, and lactating dairy cows were analyzed for vitamin C, folic acid, pantothenic acid, and vitamin B12' Plasma from stressed calves also was analyzed for vitamin B6' Differences in plasma levels were detected between groups. Plasma vitamin C was highest in suckling calves, but similar for stressed calves, feedlot cattle and dairy cows. Folic acid levels were highest in feedlot cattle and lowest in… CONTINUE READING

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