William P Weiss
Ohio State University
William P Weiss (United States)
Technical publication

Feeding Cows in Today’s Economy

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Feeding Cows in Today’s Economy
Controlling feed costs is more than simply buying cheap ingredients, although ingredient selection is important. Raising heifers to calve at 22 to 24 months and not having a prolonged dry period will reduce the feed dollars spent on unproductive...
Mihailo Ostojic
University of Belgrade
Technical publication

Artisanal Dairy Products as a Challenge for the Promotion of Well-Being Tourism in Rural Areas

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Artisanal Dairy Products as a Challenge for the Promotion of Well-Being Tourism in Rural Areas
The artisanal dairy products including cheeses are obtained in Serbia by spontaneous fermentation of milk from cows, ewes and goats or their mix. They contain a large number of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) depending on...
Tadesse Eguale
Tadesse Eguale (Ethiopia)
Technical publication

Fecal prevalence, serotype distribution and antimicrobial resistance of Salmonellae in dairy cattle in central Ethiopia

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Fecal prevalence, serotype distribution and antimicrobial resistance of Salmonellae in dairy cattle in central Ethiopia
Various serotypes of Salmonella have been isolated from the feces of apparently healthy dairy cattle. Salmonella in dairy animals may exist as a normal microbiota of the gastrointestinal population, or as...
Charles Sniffen
Charles Sniffen (United States)
Technical publication

Targeted Feeding to Save Nutrients

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Targeted Feeding to Save Nutrients
There is an opportunity to increase the efficiency of nutrient use with the use of robotic systems which will allow the ability to target the requirements of the cow more closely...
Alvaro Garcia
South Dakota State University
Alvaro Garcia (United States)
Technical publication

Aflatoxin and Vomitoxin Contribution of Individual Feedstuffs to the Dairy Cow Diet

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Aflatoxin and Vomitoxin Contribution of Individual Feedstuffs to the Dairy Cow Diet
When addressing mycotoxin issues the fact that multiple ingredients make up a dairy cattle diet can be viewed both positively and negatively. Multiple feeds dilute the toxins from any...
Russ Daly, DVM, DACVPM
South Dakota State University
Technical publication

Dairy Calf Respiratory Disease: Treatment in the Aftermath of Cold Weather

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Dairy Calf Respiratory Disease: Treatment in the Aftermath of Cold Weather
Cold weather enhances the growth of certain respiratory germs on the inside of a calf’s nose and upper respiratory tract. The more bacteria present in the upper respiratory tract, the more likely...
Laura Solano
University of Calgary
Laura Solano (Canada)
Technical publication

Prevalence and distribution of foot lesions in dairy cattle in Alberta, Canada

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Prevalence and distribution of foot lesions in dairy cattle in Alberta, Canada
Prevalence of foot lesions varies considerably among farms, regions, and housing systems. For example, when cows are housed in tiestall barns, prevalence of foot lesions is lower than when cows are housed in freestalls...
Ofelia Mora
UNAM - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Ofelia Mora (Mexico)
Technical publication

Insulin Sensitivity in Adipose and Skeletal Muscle Tissue of Dairy Cows in Response to Dietary Energy Level and 2,4-Thiazolidinedione (TZD)

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Insulin Sensitivity in Adipose and Skeletal Muscle Tissue of Dairy Cows in Response to Dietary Energy Level and 2,4-Thiazolidinedione (TZD)
The effects of dietary energy level and 2,4-thiazolidinedione (TZD) injection on feed intake, body fatness, blood biomarkers and TZD concentrations...
Jalil Ghassemi Nejad
Jalil Ghassemi Nejad (South Korea)
Technical publication

Coat and hair color: hair cortisol and serotonin levels in lactating Holstein cows under heat stress conditions

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The deleterious effects of heat stress on animal health are being increasingly recognized. This study aimed to determine hair cortisol (HC) and serotonin levels in lactating Holstein cows...
Manisha Madane
Publication of news release

Animal Feed Enzymes Market to exceed $2 billion by 2024

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Animal Feed Enzymes Market to exceed $2 billion by 2024
The growth graph of Animal Feed Enzymes Market is forecast to display an upward trend over the coming years, owing to the growing consumer preference for nutritious diet along with a substantial rise in the disposable incomes across emerging...
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