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Effect of different methods of feeding on some physiological processes in calves. 4. Iron supply and development of the red blood picture in rearing calves, in calves fattened on milk substitutes and in calves fattened on concentrates


, : Effect of different methods of feeding on some physiological processes in calves. 4. Iron supply and development of the red blood picture in rearing calves, in calves fattened on milk substitutes and in calves fattened on concentrates. Veterinarski Arhiv. 42: 3/4, 62-70

In calves reared on liquid milk replacer restricted to 20 kg dry replacer, variations in serum Fe in the first 2 months were small but red cell count and haematocrit reached their highest values at about 4 months of age, suggesting a lack of Fe or low availability of it. In calves fed for white veal solely on milk replacer there was clear anaemia which could be reduced but not wholly prevented by 1 or 2 injections of Fe at the start of fattening or then and a month later.


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