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Dietary selenium and vitamin E influence the resistance of cows to mastitis



Dietary selenium and vitamin E influence the resistance of cows to mastitis



British Mastitis Conference 1989 The Environment and Mastitis: 27-32



The evidence that selenium and vitamin E influence mammary health is presented. Acceptable target levels to influence resistance of cows to mastitis are discussed with recommendations for selenium in blood between 0.2 and 1.0 micro g/ml and for vitamin E >4 micro g/ml.

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