We can supply two kinds of copper: copper sulfate and organic copper
Copper is very important in animal nutrition, especially for small and young animals. Young chicks become lame within 2–4 wk when fed a copper-deficient diet. Bones are fragile and easily broken. Copper is important for iron absorption in the intestines. Copper deficiency results in anemia. Copper deficiency results in delayed estrus, embryonic anomalies and death, decreased conception and decreased ovulation immunity in cows.