Lorraine M. Sordillo
Michigan State University
Lorraine M. Sordillo (United States)
Technical publication

TNFa Altered Inflammatory Responses, Impaired Health and Productivity, but Did Not Affect Glucose or Lipid Metabolism in Early-Lactation Dairy Cows

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TNFa Altered Inflammatory Responses, Impaired Health and Productivity, but Did Not Affect Glucose or Lipid Metabolism in Early-Lactation Dairy Cows
Inflammation may be a major contributing factor to peripartum metabolic disorders in dairy cattle. We tested whether administering an inflammatory cytokine, recombinant bovine tumor necrosis factor-a (rbTNFa), affects milk production, metabolism...
Cecilia Miraballes
INIA Uruguay - Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria
Technical publication

Efficiency of a walk-through fly trap for Haematobia irritans control in milking cows in Uruguay

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The use of insecticides is a major constraint to livestock production due to food safety and environmental concerns. This study evaluated the effectiveness of a walk-through fly trap for horn fly control...
Ahmed Elkady
Ahmed Elkady (Egypt)
Video publishing

Vaccine production in the Middle East - Ahmed Elkady (ME VAC)

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Vaccine production in the Middle East - Ahmed Elkady (ME VAC)
Ahmed Elkady, Marketing Director at ME VAC, spoke on the variety of vaccines that are being produced for different species, during VIV MEA 2018 in Abu Dhabi...
Jim Quigley
Jim Quigley (United States)
Technical publication

Changes in serum IgG and total protein concentrations in calves fed differing amounts of colostrum replacer

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Changes in serum IgG and total protein concentrations in calves fed differing amounts of colostrum replacer
Acquisition of passive immunity is essential to calf health and growth. Provision of IgG using colostrum replacer (CR) products is increasingly common in the industry, but few data are available to document half-life of CR-derived IgG...
Osvaldo Bogado Pascottini
Ghent University
Technical publication

Postpartum uterine diseases in dairy cows: a review with emphasis on subclinical endometritis

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Postpartum uterine diseases in dairy cows: a review with emphasis on subclinical endometritis
Based on a more profound clinical understanding of the postpartum uterine disease complex, practitioners will be able to better use the available diagnostic tools and therefore apply a more...
Melina Bonato
ICC Brazil
Melina Bonato (Brazil)
Technical publication

Boosting milk components and synthesized fatty acids in lactating dairy cows

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Boosting milk components and synthesized fatty acids in lactating dairy cows
In the current context of the international dairy market, increasing milk production regarding quantity is no longer relevant due to low prices. Now more than ever, producing more milk fat and protein is a proven way to enhance herd profitability...
S. Bhatti
S. Bhatti (Pakistan)
Technical publication

Performance of Buffalo and Cow Calves During Pre-Weaning Period Under Same Managemental Conditions at the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

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Performance of Buffalo and Cow Calves During Pre-Weaning Period Under Same Managemental Conditions at the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
The buffalo and cow calves born at the government livestock farms are usually given milk at the rate of 10% of their body for 8 weeks, and then tapering it off to zero at the end of 12th week. The growth rate and weaning weights of both these...
Bekele Aysheshim
Bekele Aysheshim (Ethiopia)
Technical publication

Chemical composition and microbial quality of cow milk in urban and peri urban area of Dangila town, Western Amhara Region, Ethiopia

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Chemical composition and microbial quality of cow milk in urban and peri urban area of Dangila town, Western Amhara Region, Ethiopia
Milk is a liquid consisting of 86-87% water and this means that it is a bulky and heavy commodity. Milk is also produced on a daily basis. As a result, milk requires high cost transportation and there is a cost limit on the range over which it can...
Dr. Vivek Fellner
North Carolina State University
Dr. Vivek Fellner (United States)
Technical publication

Reactions in the rumen – limits and potential for improved animal production efficiency

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Reactions in the rumen – limits and potential for improved animal production efficiency
Rumen microbes ferment dietary carbohydrates and protein to obtain ATP, which in turn is the major source of energy required for microbial growth. The two major reactions of rumen fermentation are volatile fatty acids (VFA) and...
Albert De Vries
University of Florida
Albert De Vries (United States)
Technical publication

Does the length of the dry period affect milk quality?

Views: 623
The dry period allows the udder to go through a period of involution and ensures that the numbers of mammary cells continue to increase normally during early lactation. The number of mammary cells is a major factor determining...
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