Local (Southern California - Riverside & San Bernardino Counties) lab results related to copper status for dairy (approx 98%), Boer (<1%), ND's (<1%) & Pygmy (<1%) goats. All results are from privately owned animals with samples submitted by veterinarians and owners to California Animal Health & Food Animal Safety Laboratory System* 

Extracted from Excel database (1992-July 2005) compiled by Joyce Lazzaro / Saanendoah 
UPDATED March 2006
LIVER
Copper (Cu)
Sera
Copper (Cu)
Liver
Iron (Fe)
Liver
Manganese (Mn)
Liver
Molybdenum (Mo)
Liver
Zinc (Zn)
Liver
Selenium (Se)
Liver
No = 109
No = 222
No = 127
No = 107
No = 112
No = 110
No = 102 ww
Normal Values
0.8-1.2 ppm
Normal Values
25-150 ppm
Normal Values
30-300 ppm
Normal Values
2-4.4 ppm
Normal Values
< 2.0 ppm
Normal Values
25-120 ppm
Normal Values
0.25 - 1.50 ppm
 ELEVATED
2%
 ELEVATED
1% (N=3)
 ELEVATED
5%
 ELEVATED
8%
 ELEVATED
0%
 ELEVATED
9%
 ELEVATED
4%
 DEFICIENT
57%
 DEFICIENT
85%
 DEFICIENT
2%
 DEFICIENT
27%
 DEFICIENT
NA
 DEFICIENT
8%
 DEFICIENT
23%

 
KIDNEY
Copper (Cu)
Kidney
Iron (Fe)
Kidney
Manganese (MN)
Kidney
Molybdenum (Mo)
Kidney
Zinc (Zn)
Kidney
No = 141
No = 44
No = 27
No = 35
No = 30
Normal Values
3-6 ppm
Normal Values
30-200 ppm
Normal Values
0.8-2.5 ppm
Normal Values
<2.0
Normal Values
15-30 ppm
ELEVATED
1%
ELEVATED
3%
ELEVATED
4%
ELEVATED
0%
ELEVATED
15%
DEFICIENT
92%
DEFICIENT
21%
DEFICIENT
71%
DEFICIENT
NA
DEFICIENT
28%
 
*
California Animal Health & Food Animal Safety Laboratory System 
105 W Central Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92408-2113 
(909) 383-4287  -    (909) 884-5980 (fax) 
cahfssanbernardino@ucdavis.edu

 
Joyce Lazzaro 
Saanendoah Dairy Goats 
Winchester, California
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