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Zinc supplementation in the diet (to a concentration higher than 100 ppm) will reduce availability and liver stores of copper. Roughage grown on “improved” (fertilized, limed) pastures is more Chapter 2 • Feeding and Nutrition likely to be deficient. Liming reduces copper uptake by plants, and many fertilizers contain molybdenum. Good-quality lush grass forages have less available copper than that typical for most hays, and legumes have more available copper than most grasses. 2 Copper Deficiency Signs of copper deficiency include microcytic anemia, depressed milk production, lighter or faded-looking hair color, poor-quality fleeces, heart failure, infertility, increased susceptibility to disease, slowed growth, enlarged joints, lameness, gastric ulcers, and diarrhea.
However, it usually increases the total feeding cost. Compacting the feed ingredients reduces or eliminates fines and dust particles, thereby increasing palatability. The pelleting process reduces separation and feed sorting by the animal, preventing the intake of only certain parts of the total feed. Because pelleting usually entails grinding, particle size usually is reduced, somewhat improving digestibility. However, feeding pellets can result in decreased milk fat in dairy animals, an increased incidence of ulcers and choke, and urolithiasis in males.
33 IU. 2 Hay that is brown and dry and has been stored for long periods probably is deficient. , copper, iron) are subject to oxidative destruction during storage. Although the label may indicate that vitamin A is present, its activity may be minimal. 26 Chapter 2 • Feeding and Nutrition Vitamin D MINERAL FEEDING Vitamin D requirements generally are met if the animals are exposed to sunlight. In confinement feeding operations or during sustained overcast or cloudy conditions, vitamin D should be supplemented.