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Response to vitamin a, vitamin e and selenium of cattle and sheep in Northern California

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Reuben Albaug
J. H. Meyer, University of California
S. E. Smith, Cornell University

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California Agriculture 17(12):4-5.

Published December 01, 1963

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Abstract

FOR MORE THAN 30 years, selenium has been known among scientists as a rare and versatile, but also toxic mineral, causing poisoning to livestock in the United States as well as other parts of the world.

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Cooperation in this research project was obtained from farm advisors Al Mitchell, Butte County; Monte Bell, Glenn County; Norm Nichols, Modoc County; Carl Rimbey, Plumas County; Sedge Nelson, Siskiyou County; Sam Thurber, Shasta-Lassen counties; and Lin Maxwell, Tehama County.

Response to vitamin a, vitamin e and selenium of cattle and sheep in Northern California

Reuben Albaug, J. H. Meyer, S. E. Smith
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Response to vitamin a, vitamin e and selenium of cattle and sheep in Northern California

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Authors

Reuben Albaug
J. H. Meyer, University of California
S. E. Smith, Cornell University

Publication Information

California Agriculture 17(12):4-5.

Published December 01, 1963

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

FOR MORE THAN 30 years, selenium has been known among scientists as a rare and versatile, but also toxic mineral, causing poisoning to livestock in the United States as well as other parts of the world.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Cooperation in this research project was obtained from farm advisors Al Mitchell, Butte County; Monte Bell, Glenn County; Norm Nichols, Modoc County; Carl Rimbey, Plumas County; Sedge Nelson, Siskiyou County; Sam Thurber, Shasta-Lassen counties; and Lin Maxwell, Tehama County.


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