Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the 8 from August from 2016:
Cause and basic mechanisms Inflammation is an important defense mechanism of the innate immune system. It is established within minutes after infection. It is meant to supply further effecting molecules and ce...
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Julia Schmitt
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Article published the 3 from August from 2016:
Coccidiosis is a disease caused by a microscopic animal or protozoa and is characterized by diarrhoea, unthriftiness and variable levels of mortality.  Tissue damage and changes in intestinal tract functio...
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Amit Goel
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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 July from 2016:
All dairy producers strive for improved milk quality, which can be accomplished through a variety of management practices. At this year’s ADSA – ASAS Joint Annual Meeting in Orlando, researchers exp...
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Jeffrey M. Bewley
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Article published the 5 from July from 2016:
Many factors contribute to achieving an age at first calving of 24 months for heifers. John Fish from Vitfoss highlights the importance of calf health and mineral nutrition.   There’s been much dis...
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John Fish
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Article published the 29 from June from 2016:
When a farmer begin to think of setting up a dairy farm a number of queries and confusions are there but the foremost aim of a dairy owner is to maximize its profits and grow the business. To achieve this aim, ...
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Srijit Tripathi
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Article published the 16 from June from 2016:
Foodborne pathogenic bacteria can live in the intestinal tract of food animals and can be transmitted to humans via food or indirectly through animal or fecal contact. Organic acid blend products have been used...
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Andrea Piva
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Article published the 16 from June from 2016:
This study evaluated the effect of a supplemental rumen-protected Met product (Timet; VETAGRO S.p.A.; Reggio Emilia, Italy) on lactation performance and rumen measures of dairy cows fed 2 concentrations of diet...
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Richard Paratte
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Article published the 16 from June from 2016:
It is well known that methionine (Met) and lysine (Lys) are two of the most limiting amino acids (AA) for milk and protein production in lactating dairy cows fed corn-based diets (Schwab et al., 2003; Rulquin, ...
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Article published the 15 from June from 2016:
Foodborne pathogenic bacteria can live in the intestinal tract of cattle, swine and poultry and can be transmitted to humans through the food supply or indirectly through animal/fecal contact. Organic acid prod...
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Andrea Piva
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