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Nutritional disorders in beef cows

Apr 5, 2013
Minerals are critical to the health and performance of grazing livestock, and deficiencies and excesses can cause weight loss, decreased reproductive performance, and a variety of nutritional disorders. Milk fever and grass tetany are two metabolic issues that can occur as a result of mineral imbalances this time of year.

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