What is organic selenium?
Organic selenium is selenium that is bound to the amino acids methionine and cysteine.
- Organic selenium is absorbed 20% better than inorganic selenium
- Organic selenium follows the organism’s conversion of methionine and cysteine. This means higher content in milk and muscle tissue.
- The content of selenium is deposited in the muscular tissue and is released over time.
Possibilities of positive yields
- Lowers cell counts
- Prevents mastitis
- Prevents retained placenta
- Improves reproduction
- Doubles the selenium content in milk and colostrum
- Enhances the immune response
- Reduces veterinarian costs
- Improves production efficiency
- Organic selenium
- Suplex Organic Selenium
- Recommended ration
- 1–4 mg of organic selenium per cow per day
- Alternatively, a ration of 50% organic selenium and 50% inorganic selenium is advisable
- Administer organic selenium by means of a mineral compound
- Suplex Organic Selenium can be administered as a top dressing or directly mixed into a feed compound