Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the April 19, 2018:
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Cecilia MiraballesEleonor CastroFranklin Riet
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Article published the April 12, 2018:
INTRODUCTION Postpartum uterine disease is the leading cause of reproductive inefficiency in dairy cattle (Barlund et al., 2008). Dairy cattle farmed in intensive systems, commonly acquire microbial contaminat...
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Osvaldo Bogado Pascottini
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Article published the April 6, 2018:
Fat found in milk originates from three sources; de novo fatty acids synthesised in the milk gland of the cow (short-chain C4 to C14) comprise about 20-30% of total milk fatty acids, preformed fatty acids (long...
Author/s :
Melina BonatoSteve Blezinger
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Article published the April 6, 2018:
The beef production goal is to have healthy animals that can achieve the maximum genetic potential with less cost. The animal health is not just related to diseases caused by a pathogen agent or metabolic/physi...
Author/s :
Liliana Longo BorgesMelina Bonato
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Article published the April 6, 2018:
The Dairy Herd informs us that in early May 2016 international milk prices slipped, diminishing hopes that prices were beginning to recover after two consecutive auctions with gains. The fortnightly Global Da...
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Article published the April 6, 2018:
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 prov...
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Melina Bonato
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Article published the April 5, 2018:
Introduction  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 wee...
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S. Bhatti
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Article published the March 26, 2018:
Introduction 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 t...
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Bekele Aysheshim
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Article published the March 22, 2018:
Introduction The periparturient period in dairy cows is characterized by substantial metabolic stress, endocrine changes, depressed feed intake, and negative energy balance [1]. In response to these changes, d...
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Barry BradfordLorraine M. Sordillo
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Article published the March 15, 2018:
Introduction 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 t...
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Jim Quigley
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