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The use of molybdenum for the prevention of nutritional copper poisoning in housed sheep

, : The use of molybdenum for the prevention of nutritional copper poisoning in housed sheep. Veterinary Record 99(5): 78-81

An experiment was designed to investigate the practical possibility of incorporating small quantities of molybdenum salts into high-copper diets of intensively fattening lambs to prevent or reduce the gradual accumulation of Cu from feed.


PMID: 982781

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