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Article published the December 18, 2007:

Forage utilization efficiency: an Australian perspective

In recent times there has been a global shift back to pasture-based dairy farming led largely by the “clean green” push. Although philosophically this may be the correct move by the dairy industry, care must b...
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Article published the October 26, 2007:

Selenium for Dairy Cattle: a Role for Organic Selenium

Prior to establishment of the essentiality of selenium (Se) for animals by Schwarz and Foltz (1957), this element was considered primarily as a toxic element. The clinical signs of selenosis in livestock were p...
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Article published the October 17, 2007:

Fibrozyme and in vitro NDF response: moving from theory to practical commercial reality

Successful dairy farming in the present age is a challenge as today’s dairies face the universal problems of diminishing returns on equity and ever more pressing environmental rules. Solving these problems is n...
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Article published the October 4, 2007:

Co-products from biodiesel production

Courtesy of the 41st Annual University of Nottingham Feed Conference Our thanks to the author and Conference Organisers, a Committee consisting of both University and Industry colleagues.The full paper will...
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Article published the September 6, 2007:

Looking toward a future of dwindling corn supplies: feeding North American dairy cattle

Distillers grains (DG) are raising questions and concerns on North American dairy farms as corn grain prices continue to increase. Corn grain has three major alternatives for expanded or continued use (Lyons, 2...
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Article published the September 6, 2007:

The role of selenium yeast in ruminants

From Dr. Bruce Cottrill (ADAS, UK) presentation at Lallemand’s International Selenium yeast seminar (Grenaa, Denmark, 2007) Selenium in ruminants is a topic well-known of Dr Bruce Cottrill, a ruminant nu...
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Article published the August 13, 2007:

The use of complementary tools, monensin and Yea-Sacc®1026, to synergistically modify ruminal functions and improve the performance of dairy cattle

On October 28, 2004, the FDA approved the use of sodium monensin (Rumensin®) for improving efficiency of milk production in dairy cattle. This action allowed US dairy farmers to join the ranks of farmers around...
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Article published the July 13, 2007:

Improving animal feed efficiency with alternative dairy heifer feeding scenarios

Raising dairy heifers from birth to calving comprises the second largest expense of milk production on the dairy farm—while deriving no revenue until the onset of lactation (Heinrichs, 1993). Therefore, many of...
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Article published the June 7, 2007:

Distillers grains in cattle diets: Opportunity or Challenges

Ethanol production is increasing globally in response to demands for renewable energy. Distillers grains are one of the byproducts of ethanol production and as ethanol production increases, distillers gra...
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Article published the June 1, 2007:

Unlocking Fiber’s Real Potential...Do Enzymes Really work?

Enzymes are complex organic compounds comprised primarily of proteins. Their activity is due to a highly ordered three-dimensional structure that is specific for the substrate or molecules upon which the enzyme...
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