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Calcinosis was induced in 6 sheep fed grasses from farms where cattle had contracted the condition. No calcinosis developed in 8 sheep kept for 2 periods on clover and herbaceous pasture. Rabbits fed for 16 weeks on Trisetum flavescens from the same area developed calcinosis, but sheep, rabbits and ...

Libiseller, R.; Glawisching, E.; Kohler, H.; Swoboda, R.
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1974, 21A, 9, pp 705-730

For part 3 see NAR/B 47, 5677.5. In a preliminary trial 2 groups of 5 sheep were fed on green fodder free of golden oat grass (Trisetum flavescens) or wholly on golden oat grass for 4 months, June to October. Serum inorganic P was higher in the latter group after about 10 days except for a fall at...

Libiseller, R.; Kohler, H.; Glawischnig, E.; Sarafidis, P.; Schmid, S.
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, A, 1978, 25, 1, pp 1-22