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Effect of subcutaneous injection of a copper, cobalt and iodine complex with casein on productivity of young bulls during fattening

Effect of subcutaneous injection of a copper, cobalt and iodine complex with casein on productivity of young bulls during fattening

Molochnoe i Myasnoe Skotovodstvo (12): 24

The effect of subcutaneous injection of a copper-cobalt-iodine-casein protoacid on productivity and lean quality of young fattening bulls was studied during a production trial lasting for 94 days. The young bulls were given subcutaneously around the neck, that chelate to provide Cu, Co and I at 0.5, 0.21 and 0.38 mg/kg bodyweight; controls got no chelate. Average daily bodyweight gain was 947 and 823 g for the test and control bulls.

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