Vitamin E as A Feed Vitamin in Ruminants:Patent Overview (Last 5 Years)
Greater amounts of vitamin E are needed to prevent mastitis in dairy cattle and to ensure meat quality (i.e., to provide greater stability of tissues and to control lipid oxidation in beef). High levels of vitamin D prior to slaughter have been shown to be a cost-effective means of improving beef tenderness.Trends in ruminant vitamin nutrition today include the increased supplementation of vitamin E under certain conditions, including the time near parturition in dairy and beef cows, during the preweaning and immediate postweaning period in calves and lambs, and during the receiving and feeding periods for beef cattle in feedlots. There are many interesting aspects of the administration of vitamin E in the patents filed recently. To know more it is worth going through the patent overview.
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