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Effects of vitamin D supplement on cows and sheep


Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 1(2): 87-95
Effects of vitamin D supplement on cows and sheep
The response of sheep and cows to oral or intramuscular injections of vitamin D was studied. In cows, vitamin D treatment after calving increased blood phosphorus and reduced incidence of milk fever. Given to lactating cows vitamin D increased blood calcium, milk yields and weight gains.

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