Another video in our FAQ series - How Are Trace Minerals Absorbed?
Dr. Jerry Spears defines trace minerals and their various applications to support animal health.
Dr. Jerry Spears explains why copper, zinc, and manganese are essential for optimal health in animals.
Dr. Spears provides an overview of why mineral supplementation is important in ruminant diets as well as the different types and features of trace minerals available to animal nutritionists.
Dr. Arthington of the University of Florida speaks about nutrient absorption in ruminants and getting maximum value from trace minerals.
Kurt Walters, DVM, traces the scientific and economic differences between sources of trace minerals – namely how hydroxy trace minerals compare to sulfates – and the feed additive criteria he follows to best serve his clientele.
Dr. Walters shares why he uses and suggests IntelliBond hydroxy trace minerals for ruminant feed.
Designing a mineral diet that fits your beef cattle client should take into consideration the local forage, soil, and water profiles and characteristics. Kurt Walters, DVM, describes how he chose which sources of trace minerals were most appropriate for his clientele.
Dr. Tom Overton, professor of Dairy management at Cornell University and Director of the PRO-DAIRY Program, shares his insight on the important role trace minerals play in the health and productivity of dairy cows.
Micronutrients proudly presents Dr. Tom Overton, professor of Dairy Management at Cornell University, and his talk, "Does It Work? Making Choices About New Technologies on Your Dairy" at the 2017 Western Dairy Management Conference in Reno, NV.