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Beef herd surveyed for selenium deficiency

Surveillance, New Zealand 14(1): 15
Beef herd surveyed for selenium deficiency
Three blood samples taken from cattle in 37 herds were tested for glutathione peroxidase (GSHP). GSHP values were sufficient in 21 (57%) herds, marginal in 10 (27%) and low in 5 (14%) herds.

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