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Feeding trials with dairy cows show DDT detectable in milk is proportional to DDT in daily feed

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G. Zweig, University of California
L. M. Smith, University of California
S. A. Peoples, University of California

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California Agriculture 15(3):13-13.

Published March 01, 1961

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A feeding experiment with dairy cows was conducted in an attempt to define a level of DDT in feeds that would be un-detectable in the milk. For six weeks pairs of animals—including producers of both high- and low-fat milks—were fed daily rations containing 0-5 ppm—parts per million—of DDT, based on their feed intake.

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Feeding trials with dairy cows show DDT detectable in milk is proportional to DDT in daily feed

G. Zweig, L. M. Smith, S. A. Peoples
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Feeding trials with dairy cows show DDT detectable in milk is proportional to DDT in daily feed

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Authors

G. Zweig, University of California
L. M. Smith, University of California
S. A. Peoples, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 15(3):13-13.

Published March 01, 1961

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A feeding experiment with dairy cows was conducted in an attempt to define a level of DDT in feeds that would be un-detectable in the milk. For six weeks pairs of animals—including producers of both high- and low-fat milks—were fed daily rations containing 0-5 ppm—parts per million—of DDT, based on their feed intake.

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