The Development of a Long Acting Injectable Preparation for the Treatment and Prevention of Selenium Deficiency in Cattle
Selenium deficiency in cattle is associated with a range of clinical conditions including white muscle disease, muscle weakness in neonatal calves, immuno-suppression, ill thrift, reduced weight gain, scour, infertility, abortion and retained placenta. This paper describes a long acting selenium therapy for the treatment and prevention of hyposeleosis.
KeywordsSelenium Concentration Selenium Deficiency Selenium Status Reduce Weight Gain Neonatal Calf
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