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Analysis on trace elements in blood, hair, milk and semen from cows and stud bulls of Austria line, Simmental



Analysis on trace elements in blood, hair, milk and semen from cows and stud bulls of Austria line, Simmental



Acta Veterinaria et Zootechnica Sinica 24(1): 36-40



Six Simmental bulls and cows were selected to detect the contents of Fe, Cu, Co, Mn, Zn and Se in hair, whole blood and milk. The amounts of Fe, Cu, Mn, Zn and Se in semen of stud bulls (16) were also determined. Trace element nutrition was analysed comprehensively with the values of trace elements in both animal product and diet. Contents of Mn in the diet of this herd were inadequate, Cu and Zn contents in diet were slightly low, and Fe and Se were adequate.

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