Nutritional evaluation of kale (Brassica oleracea)
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 40, pp 231-234, Jan 1980
Article class: Conference Presentation
Subject Terms: Abdomen, Alimentary system/gastroenterology, Bodyweight/liveweight/condition score, Copper, Diet/rations/food, Growth/development, Minerals/elememts, Nutrition/metabolism, Pasture/crop, Physiology, Poisoning - chemical, Trace elementsNew Zealand Society of Animal Production
AbstractRumen fermentation of S-methyl-cysteine sulphoxide and induced copper deficiency were implicated in the low growth rates of young ruminants fed kale diets. Young cattle grazing kale for prolonged periods should receive Cu supplementation.
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