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Why Peer-Reviewed Trace Mineral Research is Important

Scientist in the lab
Dr. Terry Ward

Global Director
Research & Nutritional Services (RNS)
Zinpro Corporation

To learn more about Zinpro Performance Minerals® and our peer-reviewed research, visit us online.

 

Source Matters: Manganese Supplementation Impacts Dairy Cow Performance

Manganese is critical for overall dairy cow health, but the NRC recommendations for supplementation are not enough to optimize production. Learn how manganese from performance trace minerals can reduce milk fever and improve dairy cow performance.

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Your Zinc Choice May Be Limiting Shrimp Performance

Zinc is a critical nutritional component in shrimp production but replacing fish meal in aquaculture diets may be reducing zinc content and availability. Explore the ways that including performance trace minerals in your shrimp nutrition program can improve growth, production and health status, and help shrimp farmers produce a better final product.

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Mastitis and High Somatic Cell Count Drain Glucose in Dairy Cows

Mastitis and elevated somatic cell count will utilize high amounts of glucose that could have otherwise been used to improve milk production and reproduction as well as reduce lameness. Learn more.

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