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Article published the April 12, 2022:

Meeting B Vitamin Requirements of Dairy Cows, an Effective Way to Improve Metabolic Efficiency

IntroductionPrecision nutrition aims to design nutritional recommendations in order to increase metabolic efficiency, reduce costs, improve product quality, minimize environmental impact while improving the hea...
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Christiane Girard
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Article published the April 12, 2022:

How the Cow’s Daily Pattern of Feed Intake Impacts Milk Synthesis

IntroductionBiological rhythms are repeating patterns that are driven by time-keeping mechanisms within the animal and are adaptive as they coordinate physiology and metabolism with the external environment. Th...
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Kevin Harvatine
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Article published the October 18, 2021:

KeyShure Effects of an organic source of copper, manganese and zinc on dairy cattle productive performance, health status and fertility

BackgroundProviding adequate amounts of essential minerals is critical to maintain health and maximize productivity of dairy cows (NRC, 2001). Organic minerals can be described as nutritionally essential minera...
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Andrea Formigoni
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Article published the October 18, 2021:

Effect of ReaShure® rumen-protected choline on performance, blood metabolites, and hepatic triacylglycerols of periparturient dairy cattle

Introduction Fatty liver occurs in approximately 50-60% of dairy cows at orshortly after calving2,3. It occurs because the cow mobilizes energy from adipose tissue in response to hormonal changes at calvin...
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Ad van VuurenRoselinde Goselink
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Article published the October 18, 2021:

Effects of the Addition of NitroShure to Lactating Cow Diets on Microbial Efficiency and Metabolism in Continuous Culture of Rumen Contents

BackgroundReducing the rate at which ammonia is released from urea into the rumen may allow rumen bacteria to more effectively capture the nitrogen released. Slowing the rate of release of ammonia from urea can...
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Jack Garrett, PhD
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Article published the September 30, 2021:

NitroShure: An Important Tool for Optimizing Rumen Productivity in Challenging Economic Times

Why should we do this?With a good controlled fermentation (con-trolling pH or acidity) in the rumen, we will do two things: first, we will maximize the energy derived from the fiber, starch and other carbohydra...
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Charles Sniffen
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Article published the September 7, 2021:

Predict and act: Heat stress management made better

Heat stress will cost the global dairy sector an estimated $5 billion a year in 2050 (Wankar et al., 2021).To reduce the costs for both the farmer and animal, a more integrated approach regarding production, he...
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Mohamed Mammeri
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Article published the May 4, 2021:

Progut® – the original postbiotic modulator of intestinal homeostasis and immunity for farm animals

Modern animal feeding includes prophylactic approaches for supporting intestinal homeostasis and immunity, in order to avoid dysbiosis, diseases, and need for antimicrobial medication. According to the principl...
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Hannele Kettunen
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Article published the April 6, 2021:

Natural betaine as an effective rumen modulator

Considering the livestock production, natural betaine plays a key role in the metabolism of monogastric animals. However, the role of betaine in ruminants and the rumen activity is underexplored until now.There...
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Article published the March 23, 2021:

Sustainability: Saving Land. When Less is more

Evonik's animal feed solutions based on low-protein, amino acid enriched diets make animal husbandry more efficient and help save resources.With a growing global population and rising affluence in many regi...
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Michael Binder
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