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Characterization of mineral element profiles in animal waste and tissues from cattle fed waste. 2. Steers fed cattle feedlot waste



Characterization of mineral element profiles in animal waste and tissues from cattle fed waste. 2. Steers fed cattle feedlot waste



Journal of Animal Science 61(3): 682-691



Two successive trials were made with 56 steers to evaluate the mineral concentration of the cattle waste incorporated into the diet of finishing steers at 16% of DM and the concomitant mineral values in several tissues. Steers were slaughtered after a 24-h withdrawal and liver, kidney and kidney fat samples were obtained. A 43-mineral-element profile was obtained on all diets, cattle waste and tissues using neutron activation and atomic absorption.

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