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Effect of low magnetic field on calves during prenatal development



Effect of low magnetic field on calves during prenatal development



Tierarztliche Umschau 57(5): 241-248



24 Holstein calves were used in the following study. Calves of the trial group were affected to a magnetic field during intrauterine development. Their mothers were exposed to a magnetic induction 21.9-42.1 micro T from the 196 to 258th day of gestation. Mothers of control calves were in an environment with 0.0 micro T magnetic induction. Three observations of maintenance behaviour were conducted at the age of 14, 19 and 24 weeks. A negative impact on behaviour has not been proven.

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