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Vitamin A in hypercarotenaemia in pregnant cows


, : Vitamin A in hypercarotenaemia in pregnant cows. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 42(1): 33-36

About 3 months before calving 2 groups of 20 cows were given diets with carotenes 212 or 522 mg daily; a third group were given daily vitamin A injection equivalent to the amount of carotenes in the group with more dietary carotenes.

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