Vitamin E fed to farm animals and poultry has an antioxidant effect, prevents hepatic necrosis and degeneration of muscles, and ensures hormonal regulation of metabolism and function of sexual glands. Vitamin E deficiency manifests itself as damage of heart and skeletal muscles (dystrophy, myopathy), impaired fertility, changes in the cardiovascular and nervous systems, liver damage and changes in the fat depot (brown colored fat in pigs).

Typical manifestations of vitamin E deficiency in pigs are: movement disorders and muscle cramps; in calves and lambs: white meat; in poultry: reduced the number of hatching chickens. 



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