My in-laws have a dairy farm in West Central Minnesota. The livestock
recieve a portion of their food off farm, but mostly are fed from the
harvest on the farm itself (a rarity these days). Selenium added to the
feed improved the health of the milking herd.
Small amounts of selenium were mixed with feed depending on the year, soil
tests and alfalfa and corn silage tests. The soil tests showed that there
was a slight deficiency in Seleninum, but not enough to warrant soil
ammendments. However, the herd responded to the added selenium.
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