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Proposed Rates for the Introduction of Vitamin-A into the Diets of Dairy Cows and Fattened Bull Calves on Different Feeding Types

Andrey Vladimirovich Valoshin

Ogarev Mordovia State University, Bolshevistskaya street, 68, Saransk, 430005, Republic of Mordovia

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal August 2019 : 96 (8) - pages 23 to 26
(Received: December, 2018, Accepted: March, 2019)


The introduction of vitamin A into distill any waste diets 25 – 50 % above the current rate increases the average daily growth of young cattle by 10.7 – 12.4 % while reducing the feed costs by 8.9 – 10.9 %. In pulp fattening, a similar increase in vitamin A in the diet has contributed to an increase in the average daily growth of bull calves by 11.4 – 13.2 %, and a decrease in feed costs by 7.8 – 8.7 %.

Key Words: introduction Vit A, diet, dairy fattened calves.

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