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Nutrition 1) water, carbs, proteins, tats, vitamins and
minerals 2) Water lubricant, regulates body temp, solvent for
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protein amino acids, lean tissue, enzymes hormones, body metabolites young animals require more, milk production tats: Lipids produce high amounts A energy in tallow lard, & vegetable oils. vitamins: Aas soluble-regulate bodily functions ie vision, blood clotting tissue maintenance &
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