Dairy Cattle Nutrition Technical Articles

Article published the 6 from February from 2017:
Take Home Messages   By-product feeds can provide nutritional and economic benefits for dairy managers. Pricing and positioning are key focus areas to consider. Several questions must be managed for ...
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Michael Hutjens
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Article published the 7 from December from 2016:
Background Carinata (Brassica carinata) is a new oilseed that shows great potential for the Midwest. This oilseed has been selectively bred for high oil concentration ideal for biofuels and bio-oil production....
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Alvaro GarciaJill AndersonKarla Hernandez
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Article published the 21 from October from 2016:
Introduction With the increased cost of grain and forages in the USA, dairy producers have turned their attention to the feed efficiency of milk production. Low on-farm starch digestibility contributes to redu...
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Bill Braman
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Article published the 7 from October from 2016:
Introduction Grouping cows is a common practice farmers use to manage their herd more efficiently. Farmers use this strategy to separate far-off, close-up, sick, fresh, and pregnant cows. Grouping addresses co...
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Victor E. Cabrera
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Article published the 2 from August from 2016:
Going from the late dry period to early lactation requires an incredible adaptation of the cow’s metabolism. No period of her life is posing more physical and physiological challenges - with important con...
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Arnulf Tröscher
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Article published the 18 from December from 2015:
A robust immune system is vital for dairy cows to live long, healthy, and productive lives. Multiple factors affect the immune system, and, arguably, good nutrition is one of the most significant keys to effici...
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Jeff Mikus
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Article published the 18 from December from 2015:
This year has been an eventful one for the animal and feed industries and for Diamond V customers around the world. We've been privileged to be able to help meet the challenges of 2015 through pioneering resear...
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Jeff Cannon
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Article published the 3 from December from 2015:
Since mid-1980s fertility of UK dairy herds has declined year-on-year as is evidenced by the current calving interval of around 420 days. To put it into perspective, NMR in 2010 estimated the cost of fertility ...
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Joe Magadi
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Article published the 25 from November from 2015:
1. Introduction. The intensification of grazing dairy systems has led to an increase on the use of supplements and more recently on the use of total mixed rations (TMR) (Wales et al., 2013), particularly whe...
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Ana MeikleDiego MattiaudaMariana CarriquiryPablo Chilibroste
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Article published the 4 from November from 2015:
Introduction Over millennia, grazing ruminants have, for the most part, evolved on the great grasslands of the world, ranging from the savanna and tropical grasslands of the equatorial regions to the temperate...
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Diego MattiaudaPablo ChilibrostePablo Soca
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