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OSU study finds selenium added to alfalfa boosts calf growth, immunity

Jun 21, 2013
A new study by Oregon State University (OSU) researchers has found that adding selenium to fields planted with alfalfa will allow the perennial forage crop to “take up” the important mineral in its tissues, providing better feed for calves and other livestock.

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