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Nutrition / Animal Health
in its Scottish operations that will combine to save the region's livestock farmers significant amounts of money on
their livestock feed bill this winter, while also boosting livestock performance, claims the company's Scottish
sales manager Grant Spittal.
investigations into an unexplained upsurge of a little known, but fatal disease of young calves.
now; ewe condition score (CS) has a big impact on lamb numbers and there has been a lot of research in Australia and
New Zealand showing how diet can improve tup fertility and the SAC have been looking at Lifeline Ramcare tubs as
part of the Easicareä system.
mineral elements that are essential but possibly toxic, which interact with one another in a soil, plant, animal
relationship as illustrated by Dyer (fig 1). Handling the problems that arise from these complex interactions can
feel like treading through a minefield. Two of the most important interactions when considering fertility and
reproduction, are iron/molybdenum/sulphur and selenium/iodine.