Micronutrients Videos

Poulin Grain – IntelliBond Customer Testimonial

Poulin Grain – IntelliBond Customer Testimonial

Years ago, Poulin Grain replaced copper sulfate with IntelliBond in their feeding program. Since then, they've adopted a full IntelliBond hydroxy trace mineral program and have seen benefits in bioavailability, lowered feeding levels and decreased environmental impact...

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Mineral Nutrition of the Beef Calf (3/7)

Mineral Nutrition of the Beef Calf (3/7)

In Part 3 of his presentation, Dr. John Arthington, Center Director and Professor at the University of Florida Range Cattle Research and Education Center, discusses the characteristics of different forms of trace minerals that are fed to cattle. This video is Part 3...

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Mineral Nutrition of the Beef Calf (2/7)

Mineral Nutrition of the Beef Calf (2/7)

In Part 2 of his presentation, Dr. John Arthington reviews the trace mineral nutrition of grazing beef calves. Dr. Arthington discusses the challenges of providing calves with adequate copper, zinc and other minerals. The most important challenges for beef calves on...

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Mineral Nutrition of the Beef Calf (1/7)

Mineral Nutrition of the Beef Calf (1/7)

Dr. John Arthington, Professor and Center Director for the Range Cattle Research and Education Center at the University of Florida, introduces his presentation "Mineral Nutrition of the Periweaned Beef Calf" at the 2017 Academy of Veterinary Consultants Summer Meeting...

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