Feeding of Seaweed Meal to Lactating Cows

George Dunlop*

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    THE butterfat production of lactating dairy cows in the west of Scotland has been shown to be increased by the single addition of copper sulphate to the diet one to six days after feeding the supplement1. The response to the feeding of foodstuffs rich in trace elements (including copper) should show a similar effect on the fat production of the cows in this area. Such a foodstuff is available as seaweed meal.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)439-440
    Number of pages2
    Issue number4349
    Publication statusPrint publication - 1 Dec 1953

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