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Relations between iodine requirement/thyroid metabolism and fertility problems in cows

, : Relations between iodine requirement/thyroid metabolism and fertility problems in cows. Reproduction in Domestic Animals 28(7): 385-394

Relations between iodine requirements and thyroid metabolism on the one hand and fertility problems in dairy cows on the other, are reviewed, covering a historical survey, physiology, primary (alimentary) iodine deficiency and secondary iodine deficiency caused by nitrate, thiocyanate or rapeseed oilmeal. It was concluded that milk producers in areas with endemic struma cannot assume that iodine supply via roughage or home-grown concentrates will be sufficient to meet requirements.

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