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Improving the digestibility of a ruminant diet A major part of ruminant diet contains fiber, but fiber is poorly digested and utilized. More than 80% of dietary protein and 90% of starch are digestib
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Gut Health Intestinal health is the most determining factor for animal health in general, herd performance and eventually farm profitability. Pathogenic bacteria may colonise the gastrointestina
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Methionine High yielding dairy cows have a high demand for energy and protein. The first limiting amino acids for high productive dairy cattle are methionine and lysine. Dairy cows are fed protein ri
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Rumen-protected form The availability of some nutrients is a known challenge in ruminant nutrition. Many nutrients are already degraded before reaching the small intestine. To meet the cow nutrient r
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