Kansas State University researchers have found that feeding higher-than-recommended dietary concentrations of zinc can help improve the growth of finishing cattle — a finding that could lead to more profits for the industry.
Cadra Van Bibber-Krueger, a doctoral student in the university's animal sciences and industry department, reported results of a trial that fed zinc at concentrations ranging from 0 to 90 parts per million of the finishing diet. The National Research Council's c
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