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Availability of vitamin E in grass meal to poultry

, : Availability of vitamin E in grass meal to poultry. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya (9): 78-79

Groups of White Leghorn hens were given complete mixed feeds without or with lucerne meal containing alpha -tocopherol 200 and beta -carotene more than 110 g/t, 5 or 10% or a preparation of alpha -tocopherol acetate 10 or 20 g/t. Vitamin E in the liver increased with increasing dietary content. Values were similar for equal doses of vitamin E supplied by alpha -tocopherol acetate or grass meal indicating that absorption was similar.

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