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Influence of vitamin E and folic acid supplements on vitamin carry-over and on reproductive performance in sows



Influence of vitamin E and folic acid supplements on vitamin carry-over and on reproductive performance in sows



Vitamine und Zusatzstoffe in der Ernahrung von Mensch und Tier: 7 Symposium Jena/Thuringen, Germany, 22 und 23 September 1999: 166-171



High dietary supplements of vitamin E (1 g DL- alpha -tocopheryl acetate) showed no effect on reproductive performance of German Landrace sows compared with controls, which received a concentrate including 35 mg alpha -tocopherol/kg. According to the vitamin E supplements, alpha -tocopherol concentration in sow serum was elevated during gestation and lactation but the placental transfer of alpha -tocopherol to the fetus was not influenced.

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