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Cobalt requirement of beef cattle - feed intake and growth at different levels of cobalt supply



Cobalt requirement of beef cattle - feed intake and growth at different levels of cobalt supply



Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 83(3): 121-131



In a study using a total of 36 German Simmental beef bulls weighing between 236 kg and about 620 kg the question of what constitutes an adequate Co supply was investigated with reference to the performance criteria growth, feed intake, energy intake, nutrient intake and carcass criteria. The bulls received a diet of corn silage ad libitum and 2.5 kg concentrate for a period of 280 days.

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DOI: 10.1046/j.1439-0396.2000.00258.x



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