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Seoul Viosys and SETi say UV-B LEDs enhances livestock production

Maury Wright at reports Sensor Electronic Technology Inc (SETi) and Seoul Viosys, ultraviolet (UV)-focused business units of Seoul Semiconductor, have announced the results of research from Iowa State University that indicates UV-B-band (280–315-nm) energy might enhance pork production. Many piglet farrowing facilities operate indoors today, and the piglets are not exposed to sunlight, resulting in vitamin D deficiency. Daily UV-B exposure can raise vitamin D levels and specifically prompt natural production of vitamin D3. Seoul and SETi say the results may suggest that other livestock as well as fish, birds, and more might be positively impacted by UV-B…
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