Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances

Year: 2010
Volume: 9
Issue: 2
Page No. 414 - 417

The Clinical Efficiency of Minerasol® a New Trace Element Combination on Sheep

Authors : M. Erman Or, Abdullah Kayar, Remzi Gonul, Banu Dokuzeylul, Ali Riza Kiziler, Birsen Aydemir, Abdullah Aksu, Cagla Parkan, Tamercan Morkoc and Bora Barutcu

Abstract: In this study, the effects of Minerasol® application, is a new mineral combination, on blood serum parameters, its efficiency on sheep breeding and its safety on the treatments of diseases (caused by macro and micro element deficiencies) were examined. When the serum mineral level before and after the application of Minerasol® were examined on 40 sheep, it was determined that, there were increases in serum Fe, Cu, Zn, Mg and Ca levels. The increase in serum Zn, Mg and Ca were significant (p<0.001). Consequently, it was concluded that with the inclusion of Minerasol® into the routine care and nourishment program, the problems related to the deficiency of trace elements would be eliminated in a short time and predisposition in terms of bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases would be prevented.

How to cite this article:

M. Erman Or, Abdullah Kayar, Remzi Gonul, Banu Dokuzeylul, Ali Riza Kiziler, Birsen Aydemir, Abdullah Aksu, Cagla Parkan, Tamercan Morkoc and Bora Barutcu, 2010. The Clinical Efficiency of Minerasol® a New Trace Element Combination on Sheep. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 9: 414-417.

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