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selenium 24ppm too much for free choice minerals?
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Posted 11/21/2023 09:51 (#10490715 - in reply to #10489869)
Subject: RE: selenium 24ppm too much for free choice minerals?


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dabeegmon - 11/20/2023 17:44
Depending upon where you live that may not even really be enough...


You need to know your soil selenium levels and if you have problems locally if they're grazing or eating local feed. And know generally where their grain comes from if they're getting bought in feed. Selenium 90 (ppm) is a common mineral salt, so 24 is not enough if you have deficiency, too much if they're getting something that has unusual amounts of Se.
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