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Effect of ammonium perchlorate on productivity of young cattle during fattening


, : Effect of ammonium perchlorate on productivity of young cattle during fattening. Ispol' zovanie preparatov solei khlornoi kisloty v zhivotnovodstve Use of perchloric acid salts in animal husbandry: 55-57

In the 1st experiment, young Kholmogor bulls were given daily a ration of mixed feeds 3.5 and green herbage 19.0 kg; in the 2nd, the daily ration was of mixed feeds 3.3, silage 16.0 and straw 1.5 kg. Half of the bulls in each experiment were given ammonium perchlorate 2 mg/kg bodyweight daily. Thyroxine was estimated in blood in summer and winter. With ammonium perchlorate, the concentration of thyroxine in arterial and venous blood was 32.56 and 30.90% less than with the basal diet alone.


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